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The XXII Trienale di Milano
This year the exhibition focuses on links between humans and nature
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Under the title Broken Nature: Design Takes On Human Survival, the XXII edition of the Triennale di Milano opens March 1st and will run until September 1st.
This edition has been curated by Paola Antonelli, director of Research and Development at MoMA in New York, and focuses on the connections between human beings and their natural environment. It is an excellent opportunity to learn first-hand about restorative modern design projects that allow us to rekindle our links with nature. The XXII edition of the Triennale di Milano offers a multifaceted look at the challenges faced by contemporary society, and shows solutions that take into account future generations.
The Triennale di Milano is an international forum where architects, designers, universities, schools, companies and international organizations come together in order to observe how modern design contributes to the development of our society.More information