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Casa dei Lanvogti (interno)
Switzerland

Costruzione a pianta a L fatta erigere dalla fam. Beroldingen, i cui membri dal 1576 rivestono la carica di balivi (landfogti ) di Lugano.

L'edificio deve essere anteriore al 1678, anno in cui fu stabilita l'usanza della riunione dei rappresentanti dei XII cantoni nei baliaggi italiani per il 10 agosto di ogni anno. Restauro 1963-66 (Guido Borella), nell'ambito del quale furono aggiunti i portici della facciata E, a seguito di una parziale demolizione dovuta all'allargamento della strada.

Nel cortile: due piani di logge dalle pareti decorate con oltre cento stemmi dei balivi e degli inviati dei cantoni, seconda metà XVII sec.

Nel salone: soffitto a cassettoni e camino in stucco con lo stemma dei Beroldingen; fregio con paesaggi e figure allegoriche; stemmi affrescati.

(fonte: autori diversi (2008, seconda edizione):Guida d'arte della Svizzera italiana, a cura della Società di storia dell'arte in Svizzera (SSAS), p.273, Edizioni Casagrande, 604 pagine)

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