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XXII Triennale di Milano

Broken Nature: Design Takes on Human Survival

Exhibition

Broken Nature is the thematic exhibition from which the XXII International Exhibition takes its name. The thematic exhibition is an in-depth exploration of the strands that connect humans to the natural environment that have been intensely compromised, if not entirely severed, over the years. By casting a wide net on architecture and design projects, Broken Nature underlines the concept of restorative design, highlighting objects and concepts at all scales that reconsider human beings’ relationship with their environments – including both natural and social ecosystems.

A number of directly commissioned works complement the loans in the thematic exhibition. The commissions include: Accurat, Formafantasma, Neri Oxman e Sigil Collective.

Credits

Curated by:
Paola Antonelli

Curatorial team:
Ala Tannir, Laura Maeran, Erica Petrillo, with Laurie Mandin

Head of Program:
Laura Agnesi

International Relations Chief Officer:
Marco Sammicheli

Identity:
Anna Kulachek with Dario Zampiron

Exhibition Design:
Studio Folder (Elisa Pasqual and Marco Ferrari) and Matilde Cassani

Catalogue:
Triennale in partnership with Electa

Catalogue Design:
Anna Kulachek and Studio Folder

Catalogue Managing Editors:
Edoardo Bonaspetti and Stefano Cernuschi

Highlights

Broken Nature Portrait #1
Formafantasma – Ore Streams

Broken Nature Portrait #2
Sigil Collective – Birdsong

Broken Nature Portrait #3
Accurat – The Room of Change

Jorge Mañes Rubio and Amanda Pinatih, Design Museum Dharavi. 2016. Photo: Courtesy the designers

buro BELÉN (Brecht Duijf, Lenneke Langenhuijsen), SUN+, UPF8 and UPF20 Wearable. 2018. Photo: Jantien Roozenburg. Courtesy the designers

Futurefarmers (Amy Franceschini), Seed Procession, 2016. Seed Journey. 2016 - ongoing. Photo: Monika Lovdahl. Courtesy Futurefarmers

Stephan Bogner, Philipp Schmitt and Jonas Voigt, Raising Robotic Natives, Bottle Feeder. 2016. Photo: Courtesy the designers

Capsula Mundi, Anna Citelli and Raoul Bretzel

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Free guided visit to the International Participations

Every Saturday morning at 11:00 and every Sunday afternoon at 16:00 the cultural mediators will guide you through the International Participations of the XXII Triennale di Milano Broken Nature.
Saturday, h 11:00: Austria, Cina, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Lebanon, UK, Czech Republic, Russia, Slovenia, Tunisia.
Sunday, h 16:00: Algeria, Australia, Cuba, Myanmar, Netherlands, Poland, Sri Lanka, USA.
Advance booking is required by writing an e-mail to mediazione@triennale.org by 18.00 on the previous Friday, or it is possible to join groups leaving directly on site, subject to availability.

International Participations

EXHIBITIONS

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18€
Students
14€
Under 26
14€
Over 65
14€
Disabled
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Fridays for Future
Every Friday until June 7th from 10.30 to 14.00 the students from all classes have the right to a free entrance to the XXII Triennale di Milano Broken Nature: Design Takes on Human Survival.
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Digital Archive Preview

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IX Triennale di Milano, 1951<br/>Sezione Orrefors, Svezia
IX Triennale di Milano, 1951
Sezione Orrefors, Svezia
VI Triennale di Milano, 1936<br/>Stanza di soggiorno e terrazzo, Luigi Figini e Gino Pollini, foto Crimella
VI Triennale di Milano, 1936
Stanza di soggiorno e terrazzo, Luigi Figini e Gino Pollini, foto Crimella
VI Triennale di Milano, 1935<br/>Bozzetto per l’allestimento della sezione retrospettiva, Leo Longanesi, foto Crimella
VI Triennale di Milano, 1935
Bozzetto per l’allestimento della sezione retrospettiva, Leo Longanesi, foto Crimella
X Triennale di Milano, 1954<br/>Cabina telefonica per autostrada, Augusto Bozzi e Sergio Mazza, foto Fotogramma
X Triennale di Milano, 1954
Cabina telefonica per autostrada, Augusto Bozzi e Sergio Mazza, foto Fotogramma
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