It’s about time we re-visited Egle Trincanato and Venetian Domestic Architecture.
This example is found just across the canal from the Carmini church (Santa Maria del Carmelo), and is from the 17th century.
Trincanato describes it thus: ” Building remarkable for the vertical quality, emphasised by the tall narrow windows, one above the other, connected by cornices, as though they were hanging, in the late baroque style; in contrast, the uninterrupted wall on the ground floor.”
It certainly is an example of vertical architecture. I wouldn’t mind having an apartment facing the church campo.