From May 26, the historical collection of the Compasso d’Oro will be exhibited in the new design hub which will also host temporary events and exhibitions.
After the blitz opening of the ADI Design Museum last September, reserved for the press, and the closure due to the pandemic, the opening to the public of this cultural center takes on a new meaning in the relaunch of Milan and the entire country as well as in the enhancement of Made in Italy Design and Culture.
This “generative, open museum, which offers insights from a multitemporal point of view” will be the new meeting point for professionals and the design community, but also for the general public who will be able to approach the meaning and profound value of design through the collection of Compasso d’Oro – made up of objects selected from 1954 to today – and the thematic in-depth studies provided in different formats.
In fact, the public will be able to appreciate eight in-depth exhibitions in dialogue with the Collection.
“We are proud of this result which was made possible thanks to the commitment and trust of all the shareholders. A goal that highlights an extraordinary associative vitality “. the President of ADI, arch Luciano Galimberti, quotes.
ADI Design Museum will be the first in Italy without a physical ticket office: tickets are purchased through the APP developed with the technical partnership of Orbital Cultura – Nexi Group, available on the Appstore and Google Play.
Name: ADI Design Museum
Where: Piazza Compasso d’Oro 1, Milan (Entrance from via Ceresio 7, via Bramante 42, piazzale Cimitero Monumentale
When: from 26 May 2021 (from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10.30 am to 8 pm).