17 Apr 2014 - 1:40 pm

The seventh edition of the Triennale of Design Museum of Milano focuses its attention on the issue of self-production in Italian design approached differently in three crucial periods in history: 30s, 70s and 90s. The idea behind the design is that during the years of economic crisis creativity was particularly stimulated. During the exhibition, objects are mixed so that periods away meet and so the visitor can get an overview of the differences or similarities. The different elements interact with the architecture and immerse the visitor in a landscape of paths, walls, buildings, sidewalks, stairs, squares and all elements that allow you to make a link between objects and periods.

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