It is a flat of contained dimensions, facing Spadaria, one of the alleys which brings you to Mark Square that Carlo Scarpa restored for Pietro Ambrosini and it is not a very known reason of its inadequate consideration probably stands on the scarcity of the documentary material. It is regularly quoted in the regest of the Maestro’s works, but it is never accompanied by any either photographic or ichnographic outfit. Only a small photo has been published but it does not give an appreciable idea of the intervention. The documentary material, probably belonging to the wife’s fund, has been , there is no doubt about the authenticity of the flat is 62 mq and consists of a “fix” made-to-measure mahogany and beech-wood furniture. Division walls are pratically absent, apart from that between the service rooms (bathroom and kitchen). The divisions are made with fix or mobile panels which may be either sliding or pivoting. The kitchen has been recently restored; the bathroom is completely covered with big-sized Carrara marble plates – which make its value raise. The state of conservation of the whole furniture is perfect, thanks to the continuous cares of its owners.