Triennale di Milano
Torre Branca is a 108m-tall steel tower raised in 1933, from the top of which you have a wonderful, bird’s-eye view of the city.
Situated behind the Castello Sforzesco, Parco Sempione was a resounding success, and even today Milanese of all ages come to enjoy its...
Studio Museo Achille Castiglioni
Architect, designer and teacher Achille Castiglioni was one of Italy’s most influential 20th-century thinkers. This is the studio where...
Old Fashion Café
Wade through the furiously texting figli di papa (rich brats) and make it past the bouncers, and you’ll be rewarded with an expansive...
Triennale Design Café
Overlooking the Parco Sempione treetops, the Design Café is a large, white, light space with an open kitchen and fittings displaying...
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Triennale di Milano information
Italy’s first Triennale took place in 1923 in Monza. It aimed to promote interest in Italian design and applied arts, from ‘the spoon to the city,’ and its success led to the creation of Giovanni Muzio’s Palazzo d’Arte in Milan in 1933. Since then it has championed design in all its forms, although the triennale formula has since been replaced by long annual events, with international exhibits as part of the program.
Planet Expo 2015: Learn, Enjoy, Have Fun is the latest multisensory exhibition that focuses on the 2015 Expo.