Everyday Beauty

The Triennale Design Museum has renewed the selection of works on view, from the Permanent Collection of Italian Design, in the Belvedere of the Villa Reale of Monza. Everyday Beauty. A new selection of icons from the Permanent Collection of Italian Design, is a chronological exhibition from the period after the Second World War to the end of the twentieth century, showing the works of the great masters (from Gio Ponti to Piero Fornasetti, from Franco Albini to Bruno Munari, from Alessandro Mendini to Andrea Branzi) and those of the generation that achieved success in the 2000 decade (from Lorenzo Damiani to Giulio Iacchetti, from Paolo Ulian to Fabio Novembre). The exhibition unites the most representative pieces in terms of formal innovation and technology applied to the product.  

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