Owned by the baron Giuseppe Maria Andriani de Vito, this building consisted of two distinct blocks, the one on the left of the Andriani arch and the one on the right. The first is a sixteenth-century construction that has largely retained its original structure, the second was completely rebuilt at the beginning of the '900.
Through the Andriani arch you can access from via Lillo to the "vicinato della Trinità" or strada della Trinità, that is the road that crosses the Palazzo Congedo and that comes out in via Orazio Congedo 35.
The Andriani family lived in this building until the second half of the 20th century when the last part, the one on the right of the Andriani arch, was purchased by the Sansò family who restored it. Currently, even the left-hand block of the Andriani arch has undergone restoration and renovation.