The new Prada Foundation in Milan
The Prada Foundation has officially opened its new premises to the public in Milan, in Largo Isarco. The new Foundation consists of a group of buildings, some pre-existing and three new ones, covering an area of 19,000 square meters, including an 11,000-square-meter exhibition space.
At the entrance, visitors are welcomed into two special areas designed with the help of other artists: a children’s educational area and the café, designed by American film director Wes Anderson, who recreated the typical atmosphere of a Milanese café.
On set “To the Son of Man Who Ate the Scroll”, developed by the artist Goshka Macuga for Fondazione Prada’s spaces untill 19 June.
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