Triennale Milano

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Io sono un drago, the true story of Alessandro Mendini

As part of their cultural partnership, Triennale Milano and the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain are presenting a dual homage to Alessandro Mendini, the architect, designer, artist and theorist who left his mark on the revolutions in thought and behavior of the 20th century and the new millennium.

Triennale Milano presents the new space Cuore

Triennale Milano inaugurates Cuore – Research, Study and Archives Center, a new space devoted to research, memory and innovation.

3D printed exhibition setup by WASP for the 23rd Triennale Milano International Exhibition

Following the values of reause and sustainability, the staging for the thematic exhibition – designed by Space Caviar and created by WASP – is wholly created by 3D printing

Broken Nature: from the Bee Awards to the "Nazione delle Piante"

The XXII Milan Triennale Broken Nature: Design Takes on Human Survival announced the Bee Awards and new international participations, which are accompanying the exhibition starting on March 1st.

Milano Arch Week 2018: "Urbania, a glimpse of the cities’ future"

After the success of the last edition, the Milan Arch Week returns from Wednesday 23rd to Sunday 27th May, for a week of events dedicated to architecture and cities’ future

Novacolor sustainability arrives at the Triennale with "999 questions about contemporary living"

The company specializing in low emission coatings will be a partner of the exhibition curated by the designer Stefano Mirti and set up by the architect Petra Tikulin.

Tubes presents "Scaletta" at the Triennale

"Scaletta" will be showcased at the Triennale in the special Rose Quartz and Serenity versions, the two Pantone colors of the year 2016.

Jennifer Siegal won the arcVision Prize - Women and Architecture 2016

The American designer won the international architecture prize for women set up by Italcementi and now at its fourth edition.

Mapei supports "Bagni Misteriosi" by De Chirico

Mapei has contributed to the restoration work on the multi-coloured sculptural complex created in 1973 to a design by Giorgio De Chirico and currently located in the Triennale gardens in Milan.