The 21st session of Milan Triennale International Exhibition opened officially in Milan， Italy， with the theme of “21st century. Design after Design”. C. R. Lin， the design director of CROX， has became the curator of the main stadium meditation space called Museo della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci and the designer of a 3*3m independent space device called “Innings”， appointed by Milan Triennale and the Heart + Design League. “Innings” used design to explore the art field of suspended ceilings， breaking through the practical field. It filled the 26 pieces of transparent PC sheets with Chinese calligraphy， to show the traditional oriental culture and philosophy.
The square chessboard and black and white chesses reflect the rich Oriental culture and philosophy. Rounds of the game contain so much imagination of life. Components get rid of the disturbance of the material world and meditate the past and the present moment during the game. The decoration of the space displays the different states of emotion of the players by using multi-level fragments； the surface of the material is carved with old Chinese sayings. The transparent chessboard in the middle of the exhibition area looks peaceful and full of wisdom. Twenty six pieces of transparent PC board were elaborately layered out， expressing a natural moment that light sheets are blowing off by wind. The space composed by the layers was hollowed in the middle， and one corner was lifted up to provide an entrance to the public， creating a semi-open space for people to occupy and feel. The Chinese calligraphy printed on the boards turned the material into translucent condition that conceptualized a kind of looming experience in this translucent space.