26 November 2015
Suspended above Sempione Park, facing the Castello Sforzesco and the skylineof Porta Nuova’s skyscrapers of , the new restaurant Terrace Triennale extends the cultural-gastronomic offering by the homonymous institution headquartered in the historic Palazzo dell’Arte Muzio. Built in record time (the design competition was launched in July 2014, the club opened its doors in March), this “Osteria con vista” was designed by the architectural firm OBR. It is a glazed pavilion of 35×5 meters made with completely transparent prefabricated modules of glass and metal that can be opened on all sides. At the entrance you are greeted by a buffer zone with a herb garden created by landscape architect Antonio Perazzi.
The Terrace Triennale is divided into three areas: a reception area with a bar, a cooking demonstration area and the dining room itself. The structure, which resembles a greenhouse, is protected from the sun and rain with a retractable awning; this horizontal surface is also used to provide plays of light and video projections. At the helm of the kitchen is Michelin Star chef Stefano Cerveni. The menu includes all traditional Italian dishes, but presented in a modern way. The service is simple but at very high level and it reflects well the mood of the chef, who likes to call himself a “starry host”.
WHERE: Triennale di Milano, viale Alemagna 6, 20121 Milano