Caffè Triennale has been given a new look. The Triennale Milano cafeteria has become an increasingly attractive and welcoming place to stop and meet, with a cafeteria and kitchen service. The project, designed by architect Luca Cipelletti, follows principles of sustainability and energy efficiency and gives a central role to greenery, creating a space enriched with numerous plants.
The intervention has freed up the central space, so as to enhance the perspective axis from the entrance and make the large windows overlooking Parco Sempione more visible. This space will be used to host a series of temporary installations dedicated to nature and sustainability.

A key element of the new project is the central exhibition space which will host installations of great visual impact that will alternate throughout the year. The first work to be presented is “GL 03” by Andrea Branzi, master of contemporary architecture and design, part of the “Collezione Grandi Legni”, published by Design Gallery Milano & Galleria Nilufar. The second installation designed for the exhibition space inside Caffè Triennale will be presented on the occasion of the 23rd International Exhibition of Triennale Milano “Unknown Unknowns. An Introduction to Mysteries”.