From 17th until 22nd April, during Milan’s Design Week, some 3,000 people will be able to visit the famous work of art by Leonardo that has inspired thinkers, artists and innovators throughout the ages.
We have always seen design as a tool for social transformation, capable of producing value and meaning. After Never Stop Designing Spaces – an emotive journey through Italian living spaces – and Never Stop Living Kindness – a research project exploring kindness – we’re presenting Never Stop Looking Beyond, an invitation to look beyond just like Leonardo, who made observation and curiosity his most powerful and effective tools.
We want to celebrate Italian genius and the incredible beauty of Italian artistic and cultural heritage, providing the city of Milan with a chance to introduce a large number of visitors to a real masterpiece which has won over entire generations: during Milan’s Design Week we will back the special evening opening hours at the Museo del Cenacolo Vinciano located in the convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie.
Over the week, some 3,000 people will be able to admire the artwork that has been moving the world for 520 years, and which represents Leonardo’s multifaceted talent and ability to look beyond. The Museo del Cenacolo Vinciano, home to The Last Supper, will open its doors from 7pm to 10pm, welcoming architects, designers, journalists, tourists and art lovers from all over the world, in Milan for the Salone Internazionale del Mobile.