The ADI Design Museum opens in Milan

Photo credits Martina Bonetti

The ADI Design Museum becomes a reality.
The Museum hosts the permanent exhibition of the Historical Collection of the Compasso d'Oro - composed of the objects selected from 1954 to the present - and temporary exhibitions of multitemporal deepening that are in dialogue with the Collection. 
ADI Design Museum is a place of storytelling and enhancement of the Italian design system, a meeting place for the design community, but also a point of reference for the general public, who will be able to understand more the true meaning and value of design, through the pieces of the collection, the innovative format of proposal of thematic insights, conferences, workshops for the youngest and events.
The following Zanotta products are part of the Compasso collection - which is recognized by the Ministry of Culture as an asset of exceptional interest: 
Sacco, design Gatti Paolini and Teodoro 1968, Compasso d'Oro Lifetime Achievement, 2020
Tonietta, design Enzo Mari 1985, Compasso d'Oro 1987
Sciangai, design De Pas D'Urbino Lomazzi 1973, Compasso d'Oro 1979
Guscio, design Roberto Menghi 1967, Compasso d'Oro 1967

Photo credits: Martina Bonetti