Palazzo Comacio, Roveredo GR
In 1670, architect Tammaso Comacio built this baroque palazzo in Misox. The architect was known far and wide for his proud sacred buildings, such as the Jesuit Church in Lucerne. Since 2014, the listed palazzo is being extensively renovated and converted into tasteful holiday flats. Made of solid chestnut wood and with baroque fish bands of oiled iron, we have recreated historicallly accurate windows with modern insulating glass.