milan triennale in incheon, korea
milan triennale in incheon, korea
sep 30, 2009

milan triennale in incheon, korea

the triennale of milan opened its new premises in incheon, korea on the 15th of september 2009. with representatives of the governments of south korea and at the presence of the president of the italian republic mr. giorgio napolitano, the milan triennale has opened the first foreign branch in asia. tokyo, new york and shanghai will be the next destinations.

milan triennale in incheon, korea

milan triennale in incheon, korea triennale museum in incheon, korea

designed by the architects alessandro and francesco mendini – atelier mendini – and by the seok chul kim studio – archiban, the façade of the building is fully covered with panels of meg by abet laminati. decorated in digital print. in its 6000 square meter it houses the triennale design museum, an area for temporary exhibitions, a bookstore, a coffee bar and a restaurant.

see the results of the designboom / incheon city design competition ‘green life

the honorable winners of iida 2009 will be given an opportunity to exhibit their designs at design korea 2009, one of the most prestigious design exhibitions in korea. design korea 2009 will take place at songdo convensia in incheon metropolitan city for seven days from december 2 to 8, 2009.

  • this is so ugly…why do we still let mendini and abet be the embassadors of italian design?

  • Id like to see the interiors. but not much architecture going on on the exterior. Too postmodernally trashy for my taste hahaha if i can call it anything!!

    Juan Miguel

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