Triennale – Milan Design Week 2011

Triennale Organises All-year-round Congresses, Cinema Festivals, Temporary Exhibitions and Once Again It Is Participating to The Milan Design Week 2011, From The12th to The 17th of April

Giovanni Muzio’s palazzo dell’arte, dated 1933 is an innovative and flexible architecture. From 1960, it faces modern issues such as fashion, design, communication and arts. It organises all-year-round congresses, cinema festivals, temporary exhibitions and once again it is participating to the Milan Design Week 2011, from the12th to the 17th of April.On the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of Salone del Mobile, Triennale Design Museum devotes its fourth edition to the people, companies and projects which contributed to develop the system of Italian design from the end of the Second World War to date and contributed to the global success of Salone del Mobile. Triennale Design Museum presents Mobili di Carlo De Carli, maestro italiano del design, an exhibition of selected historical and revisited pieces as part of the event Carlo De Carli: Lo spazio primario, by Gianni Ottolini and Federico Bucci, to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the designer’s birth.We can highlight few installations: 3M, Infinitive innovation - It’s an installation, dedicated to innovative technologies and solutions in design and architecture. Area: Group 24 ore, Kari Sampler An edit for the last 15 years: portrait of Karim Rashid by Area, the architecture magazine published by the Group 24 Ore.Chicco presents I-Move: for the new stroller protagonist of a dynamic scenography, where a metropolitan itinerary has been created in the exhibition space. The route accompanies visitors and illustrates the birth of this innovative stroller through the drawings and models of its creative development.Campari Soda 2011: Camparitivo in Triennale. When the 2010 edition led the way towards the future with ten telescopes on a path made of words to express the sould and emotions; this year’s edition amplifies the concept of Wonderful Future and becomes "Camparisoda talent capsules", a space for intelectuals, outside the temporeal sphera.Chicco presents I-Move: for the new stroller protagonist of a dynamic scenography, where a metropolitan itinerary has been created in the exhibition space. The route accompanies visitors and illustrates the birth of this innovative stroller through the drawings and models of its creative development. Confindustria Ceramica “Ceramics of Italy: Metamorphosis.”: The exhibition Metamorfosi consists of a sequence of eight installations created using ceramic materials by internationally emerging Italian designers. The installations recreate the atmospheres of different locations by exploring languages, styles and cultures.Cooperativa Ceramica D’imola - “Non-Places” The exhibition takes place within the contest “Talent for Tiles” and features the first edition’s projects from, between others, Ecole supérieure d'art et design de Saint-Etienne (France), IED Rome, ISIA Faenza (RA), Lund University (Sweden), University of Applied Sciences Schwäbisch Gmünd (Germany). DeCastelli Think Station - the installation is composed of big and different sized boxes which are stored up and lay one upon the other, weaved. They seem to constitute a whole, an apparently complicated setting that becomes gradually clear. A passage where you can stop and observe. A place where you can think.Design For Charity - “Chairs to the fore” Design for Charity is a socially committed project specifically focused on helping disabled children. In this coming edition of Milano Design Week 2011, Design for Charity will involve famous artists and designers in the creative event “Chairs to the fore”.Maruni Wood Industry Inc. - Maruni Collection 2011. the Maruni Wod Industry, with its headquarters at Hiroshima, Japan will celebrate its 83th anniversary in the wood business in May 2011. MINI La Strada - Get connected to the MINI world at Triennale: outside of the Design Museum, MINI Connected stakes its own “google map” pin as a first step of the installation “MINI La Strada”. Take a break next to the oversized lettering YOU, where you find yourself reflected in the surrounding urban landscape or step directly into the entrance corridor where the MINI Coupe Concept awaits. Normally, MINI cars go down every road, but this time MINI brings the street life into the museum. The “MINI La Strada” exhibition shows the MINI Coupé Concept in front of an abstract and graphically stylized city environment that fuses urban life with a delightfully surreal edge. Just around the corner the exhibition room shows two MINI Scooter E Concepts, that are placed in the center of a Roundabout. Rotating in their complex and playful diorama setting, they are at home from every angle - just as MINI fits into any world.CANTÙ meets Helsinky wants to be an opportunity to propose and realize once again the strong dualism between CRAFT and DESIGN, high quality handicraft and design.The culture of trade is promoted by Lombardy Region throughout the recognition of ‘Artis’ excellence to companies that create high quality products.Yii Street life - Yii brings out new concepts by Taiwanese and international designers exploring the synergy between crafts and design. Recognizable elements of daily street rituals are interpreted as design objects and refined with skilled crafts techniques. The exhibition design is by Nendo.Exerpt:Giovanni Muzio’s palazzo dell’arte, dated 1933 is an innovative and flexible architecture. From 1960, it faces modern issues such as fashion, design, communication and arts. It organises all-year-round congresses, cinema festivals, temporary exhibitions and once again it is participating to the Milan Design Week 2011, from the12th to the 17th of April.On the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of Salone del Mobile, Triennale Design Museum devotes its fourth edition to the people, compani..

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