"Triennale Design Museum"

Storie. Italian Design 1902-1998 @ Salone Milan 2018

Storie. Italian Design 1902-1998 @ Salone Milan 2018

Storie is the exhibition at the Triennale di Milano that explores the history and stories of Italian design told through 180 iconic twentieth century objects. The 5 themes being Geography, Communication, Politics, Technology and Economy – and an analysis of the contemporary design scene.

Giro Giro Tondo @ Salone Milan 2017

Giro Giro Tondo @ Salone Milan 2017

The 10th edition of the Triennale Design Museum (1st April 2017- 18 February 2018), was opened a few days before the beginning of Salone del Mobile 2017, is dedicated to the world of design for kids.

Conceived and directed by Silvana Annicchiarico, “Giro Giro Tondo” is a journey into childhood through the means of toys, pieces of furniture, books, architecture and cartoons made for children in the course of the 20th century.

Kitchens & Invaders @ Salone Milan 2015

Kitchens & Invaders @ Salone Milan 2015

Kitchens & Invaders at the Museum of Design in the Triennale di Milan, tells of the gradual but inexorable mutation of kitchen utensils into machines and robots.

It takes its inspiration from the science-fiction novel The Body Snatchers, written by Jack Finneyin 1955, and from the film based on the book and directed by Don Siegel. Both have come to be seen as bringing about a break and a transformation in the collective imagination

This is an army of “invaders” which, since the mid-nineteenth century and the advent of industrialisation, has spread out and taken the place of many human activities in the kitchen.

Austerity, Autarchy, and Self-Production @ Salone Milan 2014

Austerity, Autarchy, and Self-Production @ Salone Milan 2014

This seventh interpretation of a museum-in-progress is devoted to “austerity, autarchy, and self-production”, that is how the Italian interior design community has dealt with the dominant theme of recession in recent decades, and how they had done in the past in the 1930s and 1970s and the 2000’s