La Triennale di Milano announces 21st Century. Design after Design,  the 21st International Exhibition to be held in 2016. For the occasion, it is organising a public debate on the essential concept of the great Triennale di Milano International Exhibition.

An installation by Studio Camuffo presents the new logo, the concept and the Advisory Committee.

The only institution recognised by the BIE, the Milan Triennale returns in 2016 with its great International Exhibition, twenty years after the last event.

This Triennale draws on its historical traditions but in a highly innovative manner, extending participation also to cities, regions, universities, businesses, design centres and young designers.

The second new feature is that the Exhibition will also move beyond its historical venue at La Triennale to other equally prestigious locations. This will involve the entire city and allow for considerable participation and countless variations on the theme from the most diverse cultural sources.

Historic sites such as the Royal Palace of Monza, the restoration of which will be completed in 2015, museums with a powerfully contemporary identity, such as the Museo delle Culture, designed by David Chipperfield and due to open in the autumn of 2014, places where business and culture come together, such as HangarBicocca (home to large installations by Anselm Kiefer) and the Fabbrica del Vapore and, lastly, places of ongoing research, such as the Campus Bovisa, which has Europe?s largest school of design, and the Campus Leonardo, home to the Faculty of Architecture.

From 8 April, anyone can join the discussion on the concept of the 21st Triennale di Milano International Exhibition.

This ?digital debate? will form part of the international meeting to be held in October at La Triennale di Milano, to which everyone is invited.

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