This is another of the buildings featured in Venetian domestic architecture (Egle Trincanato, Renzo Salvadori)
Those familiar with Campo Santa Margherita will surely have noticed it as they walked toward Campo San Pantalon.
There used to be 6 of the stone balconies you see on the sides of the building. Somewhere along the line, modifications were made to one of them on the right hand side, to make a second large window.
This is a statue of Santa Margherita, from the 15th century. It was previously to be found in the church of the same name, which no longer exists.
At first glance, the facade looks quite plain, but then you’ll notice so many little features to capture your eyes. Enjoy a spritz, or the drink of your choice, and study this building, next time you’re in this campo.