Triennale Garden

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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Milan’s Triennale (the famous design and art museum created by Giovanni Muzio), in 2013 the surrounding garden was massively renovated, thus underscoring the very role of the city as a true Capital of Design.

The former main entrance, after all, had already been decorated with an impressive work of art: “Bagni misteriosi” by Giorgio De Chirico.

The renowned “Interni” magazine took part in the renovation project, along with many market leaders of this sector, as well as several international designers who graciously created some unique sculptures for the garden. In particular, ten designers were invited to take part in this endeavour: Ron Arad, Aldo Cibic, Toyo Ito, Toshiyuki Kita, Piero Lissoni, Jean Marie Massaud, Alessandro and Francesco Mendini, Fabio Novembre, and Ettore Sottsass.

Ten designers of different generations, but undoubtedly bonded by a strong desire for experimenting. Despite the inevitable differences in shape, style and true essence, all their creations were inspired by a common theme about relaxing and working outdoor. The architectural path has been designed to unfold across the Triennale garden, under the supervision of Michele De Lucchi.

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