Triennale di Milano

Viale Alemagna, 6, Mailand 20121 Map
Tue–Sun 10:30 amam–8:30 ampm, Thu 10:30 amam–11pm

La Triennale di Milano, established in Monza in 1923 as the first Biennial of Decorative Arts, has been located since 1933 in Milan in the Palazzo dell’Arte, designed by Giovanni Muzio and built between autumn 1931 and spring 1933. Conceived by Muzio as an extremely flexible container, it represents an innovative multiuse organism for the period in which it was designed.

Created in 1923 as a showcase for modern decorative and industrial arts, with the aim of stimulating relations among the industry, production sectors and applied arts, La Triennale di Milano has soon become the mirror of artistic and architecture culture in Italy.

La Triennale di Milano is the main Italian event for the sectors of architecture, visual and decorative arts, design, fashion and audio/video production; it is a cultural production centre that organises and produces exhibitions, meetings, film festivals and travelling exhibitions.