Palazzo Nonfinito

Palazzo Nonfinito The Palazzo Nonfinito is a Mannerist-style palace located on Via del Proconsolo #12, (corner with Via del Corso) in central Florence, region of Tuscany, Italy.

Begun in 1593 using designs by the architect Bernardo Buontalenti, only the first floor was completed, and additional construction was added later by different architects. The Palace is presently the home of the Anthropology and Ethnology section of the Museum of Natural History of Florence.History of PalaceIn 1592, Alessandro Strozzi commissioned construction at the site on lands that had originally belonged, among others, to the Pazzi family. This palace is separated by an alley from the Renaissance-style Palazzo Pazzi.The architect Bernardo Buontalenti and his pupil Matteo Nigetti worked on the ground floor (1592-1600), which is characterized by Mannerist touches in the window cartouches and brackets, as well as the side portal. The facade has a heraldic shield of the Strozzi family.The recruitment of the artists Santi di Tito to construct the entrance staircase, prompted the other architects to resign the enterprise. The main entrance on Via Proconsolo was built by Giovanni Battista Caccini, with designs by Vincenzo Scamozzi (1600-1612). Ludovico Cardi helped design the courtyard (1604).

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