Triennale di Milano. Milan / June 2004 / Triennale di Milano

Triennale di Milano. Milan / June 2004 / Triennale di Milano


The set up designed by Migliore+Servetto for this excursus about wine lowers the Triennale Palace ceilings to two meters from the ground.

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The exhibition project tries to recreate the atmosphere of a wine cellar, with its colours, its semidarkness, the suggestion and the fragrances thanks to a series of niches of light lining up one after the other where people can physically enter and discover objects and projects that are part of the contemporary world of design and architecture related to wine.
The exhibition develops, through several modules and the division in thematic universes to be explored, along a pathway that starting from a suggestion on the territory, marks, as a vineyard, the space. From the wine cellars designed by the most important architects, to wine tools and “accessories” that have made the history of design, this exhibition leads to an imaginary world, to the projections on the ceiling that make people look up, as opposed to the usual underground wine cellar.
The exhibition closes with a selection of 22 fine art photographs, a part of a wider picture story, carried out over 11 years by more than 10 famous photographers.

Graphics by Massimo Pitis with Migliore+Servetto

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Sensidivini. Milan


The set up designed by Migliore+Servetto for this excursus about wine lowers the Triennale Palace ceilings to two meters from the ground.
The exhibition project tries to recreate the atmosphere of a wine cellar, with its colours, its semidarkness, the suggestion and the fragrances thanks to a series of niches of light lining up one after the other where people can physically enter and discover objects and projects that are part of the contemporary world of design and architecture related to wine.
The exhibition develops, through several modules and the division in thematic universes to be explored, along a pathway that starting from a suggestion on the territory, marks, as a vineyard, the space. From the wine cellars designed by the most important architects, to wine tools and “accessories” that have made the history of design, this exhibition leads to an imaginary world, to the projections on the ceiling that make people look up, as opposed to the usual underground wine cellar.
The exhibition closes with a selection of 22 fine art photographs, a part of a wider picture story, carried out over 11 years by more than 10 famous photographers.

Graphics by Massimo Pitis with Migliore+Servetto

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