The Misericordia di Venezia is a historic building that has long been part of the cultural and artistic heritage of the city; today a careful project of conservative restoration has converted the building for new, modern functions.

The new architectural project regenerates the mystery and charm of the original building, bringing out the various layers of history in the masonry and the decorations.

The monumental building opens on the ground floor with a large hall with three aisles, bordered by pairs of columns placed on plinths.

The first floor features chiaroscuro frescos that imitate the forms of sculptures, attributed to the school of Paolo Veronese.

Restored to its former splendor, the Misericordia di Venezia is now a space of urban and cultural renewal, where the past establishes a harmonious dialogue with the contemporary world.