Triennale Design Museum Monza: new exhibition area.

The new exhibition area designed by the architect Michele De Lucchi is a really interesting space where the exhibition “La bellezza quotidiana” by Silvana Annicchiarico and Triennale Design Museum has been recently inaugurated at Belvedere della Villa Reale di Monza.
The area is designed with an extreme formal simplicity, aiming to create a perfect dialogue between the environment and the shown objects.
The platform where the objects stand is made of wooden packing cases, very simple and geometrical structures which fit in the context without beeing intrusive intensifying the exhibited works.

The set-up of the 2400 square meters exibition area has seen also the collaboration of Riva1920 and, for the realization of the designed furnitures, Caimi Brevetti, while the lights and the digital captions are by Marzorati Impianti and ArtNetWorth.
The exhibiton “La bellezza quotidiana” includes a selection of more than 200 design pieces, a summon of the innovation, experiments and variety of the italian design history.
Objects enlighted by the rectanguar shaped platform designed by De Lucchi which allow the visitors to move around them and appreciate all their features.
Also the disposition is rational and geometrical, defining a chronological exhibition path from the 50ths till now, alternating the works of famous designers such as Gio Ponti,Piero Fornasetti, Franco Albini, Bruno Munari, Alessandro Mendini and Andrea Branzi, to the new and younger ones such as Lorenzo Damiani, Martino Gamper, Fabio Novembre and Formafantasma.
Text by Gabriele Masi.


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