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The Triennale collection comprises 1,600 Italian design objects, including furniture, accessories and electronics, dating from 1927 to the present day. It contains over 300 models from the Giovanni Sacchi Collection, over 3,000 drawings by Alessandro Mendini, more than 500 graphic artefacts from the Graphics collection of the history of the Triennale di Milano and its 21 editions, photographic holdings that document the history of the Triennale and its exhibitions, 60 garments and paper patterns from the Nanni Strada Collection, 1,265 books, documents and other materials on the theme of colour from the Clino Trini Castelli Color Library, 566 drawings and graphic communication projects from the Sirio Galli Collection, and graphic materials concerning Italian design from the 1970s to the 1990s.

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GIO PONTI<br/>Superleggera (o mod. 699), 1955<br/>Cassina, 1957<br/>41 x 47 x 83 cm
GIO PONTI
Superleggera (o mod. 699), 1955
Cassina, 1957
41 x 47 x 83 cm
MARCO ZANUSO<br/>Lady, 1951<br/>Arflex<br/>72 x 80 x 78 cm
MARCO ZANUSO
Lady, 1951
Arflex
72 x 80 x 78 cm
ACHILLE CASTIGLIONI, PIER GIACOMO CASTIGLIONI<br/>Arco, 1962<br/>Flos<br/>200 x 24 x 250 cm
ACHILLE CASTIGLIONI, PIER GIACOMO CASTIGLIONI
Arco, 1962
Flos
200 x 24 x 250 cm
ARCHIZOOM ASSOCIATI<br/>Mies, 1969<br/>Poltronova<br/>76 x 128,5 x 74 cm
ARCHIZOOM ASSOCIATI
Mies, 1969
Poltronova
76 x 128,5 x 74 cm
ALESSANDRO MENDINI<br/>Poltrona di Proust, 1978<br/>Atelier Mendini<br/>106 x 100 x 75 cm
ALESSANDRO MENDINI
Poltrona di Proust, 1978
Atelier Mendini
106 x 100 x 75 cm
MICHELE DE LUCCHI, GIANCARLO FASSINA<br/>Tolomeo, 1986<br/>Artemide<br/>120 x 23 x 123 cm
MICHELE DE LUCCHI, GIANCARLO FASSINA
Tolomeo, 1986
Artemide
120 x 23 x 123 cm
GAETANO PESCE<br/>UP5 _6, 1969<br/>B&B Italia, 2000<br/>120 x 130 x 103 cm
GAETANO PESCE
UP5 _6, 1969
B&B Italia, 2000
120 x 130 x 103 cm
UFO<br/>Dollaro $, 1968<br/>Ufo<br/>41 x 18 x 68 cm
UFO
Dollaro $, 1968
Ufo
41 x 18 x 68 cm

Museo del Design Italiano

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Triennale Museo del Design Italiano, in the evocative spaces of the Curva on the ground floor of the Triennale, presents a selection of the most iconic and representative pieces of Italian design, for the first time in a permanent exhibition. The works on show are some of the 1,600 objects in the Triennale collection, chosen by an advisory committee that brings together some of the top names in the world of Italian design and architecture: Paola Antonelli, Andrea Branzi, Mario Bellini, Antonio Citterio, Michele De Lucchi, Piero Lissoni, Claudio Luti, Fabio Novembre, and Patricia Urquiola. The simple, linear display aims to show off the works to their best advantage, in chronological order, and provides insights into the history, creative period and context in which each work was designed.

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