The Casa Longobarda was built in the early ‘500 by the architect Francesco Grazioli, mathematician and scholar at the court of Queen Caterina Cornaro Asolo. It is located at the west end of the town of Asolo. The monument is considered of great value mainly for the rich and unique sculptural apparatus in the facade. The project involves the recovery of residential purposes house on two levels thorough the restoration of the external important decorative stone facade with a strict collaboration with the Cultural Heritage Office.
Asolo (Treviso), Italy