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Lovers of furniture from past and present cannot leave Milan without stopping by the Triennale Design Museum. Full review →
Erected in the 1930s, this lofty pavilion on the edge of the Parco Sempione gardens has found new life as an exhibition venue and design center after years of decline.
After decades of false starts and controversy, Milan's Triennale is a museum that honors Italy's design talent, as well as offering a regular series of exhibitions on design from around the world. Full review →
This sleek, white temple of cool is dedicated to contemporary design and is heaving day and night, as is fitting for this city of stylistas. Full review →
It aimed to promote interest in Italian design and applied arts, from ‘the spoon to the city,’ and its success led to the creation of Giovanni Muzio’s Palazzo d’Arte in Milan in 1933. Full review →
Devoted to Italian design, this museum changes its themed layout every year. Full review →
Its vast collection of chairs, Olivetti typewriters and other design masterpieces are revolved every six months in a funky, open-plan showroom. Full review →
On the edge of Parco Sempione, La Triennale is dedicated to showing contemporary art and design. Full review →