The ground floor and the first floor were built of stone, whereas the second floor was built of brick, having stone architectural decorations. There are two mullioned windows with two lights facing Decumanus Street, whereas the other openings on this palace are pointed mullioned windows with one light. The mullioned window with two lights on the first floor and first mullioned window with one light facing Cardo Street are in color, contrasting with the other openings, since they were built of stone imported from the Island of Korčula, also having different decorative engraved stone details.
Unfortunately, the original palace’s interior has not been preserved. In recent times, it became the property of the City of Poreč.