La Triennale di Milano

Area: Triennale Cadorna

La Triennale di Milano

La Triennale di Milano is an international cultural institution with over 90 years of history behind it (it was established in Monza in 1923) that stages exhibitions, conferences and events on art, design, architecture, fashion, cinema, communication and society. It organizes exhibitions devoted to contemporary art, to nationally and internationally acclaimed architects and designers, to the great fashion designers who have changed tastes and customs, to social themes. It is a laboratory of ideas that speaks not just to enthusiasts, students and professionals, but also to the public of the future, children and teenagers, through experimental and interactive activities focused on the culture of design. It is involved in an intense dialogue with the rest of the world on the themes of Italian culture and Italian products. The Triennale is its Palazzo dell’Arte in the center of Milan: located inside the Parco Sempione, one of the city’s oldest parks, the building was designed from the outset to be flexible and adaptable to the needs of every kind of performance and exhibition.
The Triennale is the Triennale Design Museum, which carries out research and studies, representing Italian design from constantly shifting points of view; a museum that is always changing, attentive to the history and the entire system of design (companies, manufacturing districts, regions, research, publishing and training). It is a meeting place between the business world, culture and innovation; a stage on which to present research and experimentation. 
It is the Teatro dell’Arte, one of the most significant stages in Milan, recently reunited with the Triennale and a new point of reference for cultural projects and the performing arts.


Triennale di Milano.
Viale Alemagna, 6, 20121. Milano.
T. +39.02.724341