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An encyclopaedia of Italian design
Italy has remained the centre of artistic creations, cultures and designs for ages. Triennale Design Museum is a true manifestation of the Italian contributions to the art, heritage and design sectors because it regularly hosts exhibitions of designs collected from across the world. To reach the venue, you will walk on a spectacular entrance bridge that will take you to the location that houses the museum’s permanent collections, the exhibition gallery and a stylish café.
Triennale Design Museum (or Triennale di Milano) is among the top attractions of Milan. Thousands of visitors, art lovers, and design enthusiasts visit the venue each year to see the museum’s unique collection, setup and nature. Unlike other museums that stick to a fixed collection, Triennale Design Museum strongly believes in revival and continuous addition to its collections. For example, it recently hosted the retrospective art exhibition where works by popular artists, designers and brands, including Roy Lichtenstein, Keith Haring, Louis Vuitton and Giorgio Armani, were put on display.