American industrialist and designer Henry Ford once said, “Every object has a story if you know how to read it.” Rarely are the objects of everyday life considered with such attention, yet in La Triennale di Milano, they are treated with reverence. Located near Parco Sempione, La Triennale di Milano offers a full palette of contemporary Italian design from graphic art to furniture to architecture. There are also some kid-friendly exhibits, like the colorful sculpture garden, interactive storybooks, concept cars, and a unique collection of chairs that visitors can “try on” for size. In addition to the museum, there is a cafe, design library, and an ultra-modern coffee shop where one can usually find a good mix of locals relaxing and socializing.
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