Ca’ de Sass
Built between 1868 and 1872 by architect Giuseppe Balzaretti, the original home of Cassa di Risparmio delle Provincie Lombarde stands out for its neo-Renaissance style, inspired by the 15th-century traditions of the Florentine palazzos owned by the great merchant and banking families. An architectural model for the Savings Banks of post-Unification Italy, its ashlar structure of regular stone blocks inspired its original moniker of Ca’ de Sass.
Via Monte di Pietà, Milan, Italy
Via Monte di Pietà, Milan, MI, Italia