Mario Bellini Italian beauty is the title of the exhibition that the Triennale of Milano is dedicating to the work of Mario Bellini, Milan-born, internationally renowned architect and designer and winner of no less than 8 Golden Compasses, which spans almost sixty years and includes design, architecture and layouts. Compared with the retrospective exhibition held at the Moma in New York in 1987, which only documented his work as a designer, this show, on at the Triennale, also illustrates his work in the fields of architecture and town planning. The exhibition, curated by Deyan Sudijc and directed by Bellini himself, is accessed by an entrance doorway and then winds through a gallery that connects four lateral rooms and one in the centre. The gallery, amplified by a sequence of mirrors, contains a collection of furniture, objects and machines divided into groups. Over 300 images hanging on the ceiling of the Gallery silently outline the pathway of the design. The architectural designs and layouts located in the four large rooms are illustrated with the aid of films in an attempt to establish an emotional link with the public.