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Louis Vuitton Home: 10 Years Celebration Of Objets Nomandes

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Salone Del Mobile 2022

Louis Vuitton first arrived in Paris in 1837, the city had yet to unfold as a fashion and design capital. But it was here that Vuitton founded his luggage empire and, just a quarter-century later, opened the world’s largest store of travel items at 70 avenue des Champs-Élysées.

 

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After opening his first store in Paris in 1854, Louis Vuitton moved his workshops to Asnières-sur-Seine, northwest of the city. Craftsmen began to build luggage there in 1859, developing the brand’s original flat-top gray trunk and later outfitting French expeditions with travel gear. Above the workshop was a loft where the Vuitton family lived in order to remain close to production. Later they moved into an Art Nouveau–style home next door.

Objects of Decoration

DIAMOND MIRROR BY MARCEL WANDERS STUDIO

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Reflecting the multiple facets of his talent, Marcel Wander’s studio has reinterpreted the geometric beauty of his Diamond Screen in the Diamond Mirror for the Objets Nomades collection. A central octagonal mirror is ringed with 24 triangular mirrors, beveled to create a dazzling visual effect. The Nomade leather trim is enhanced with Louis Vuitton’s signature contrasting stitching. This poetic diamond captivates the eye like a precious gem.

DIAMOND SCREEN BY MARCEL WANDERS STUDIO

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Marcel Wanders studio reinterprets Louis Vuitton’s historic Monogram motif and the casework that once adorned LV trunks in his Diamond Screen for the Objets Nomades collection. Its intricate modules, each a small masterpiece of leathercraft comprising eight pieces of Nomade leather, are held together by brass clips reminiscent of the House’s handbag clasps. The stand with its black marble base holds 60 modules to create an eye-pleasing semi-transparent partition.

COCOON LEOPARD BY CAMPANA BROTHERS

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Known for their visionary approach to design, Fernando and Humberto Campana combine leading-edge technology with Louis Vuitton’s leathercraft heritage in their Cocoon for the Objets Nomades collection. Its delicately perforated fiberglass shell is lined with calfskin, smooth on the outside and quilted on the inside. Specially-shaped cushions make this seat a coddling, enveloping retreat, the perfect place to laze the day away.

DIAMOND MODULES BY MARCEL WANDERS STUDIO

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The modules of Marcel Wanders studio’s spectacular Diamond Screen for the Objets Nomades collection can also be hung from the ceiling. Evoking Louis Vuitton’s Monogram motif and the casework that once adorned its trunks, each module combines eight pieces of Nomade leather. Held together by brass clips, like the clasps on the House’s handbags, they create a stylish partition that can be sized to fit any space.

Objets Nomandes

Louis Vuitton’s Objets Nomades is a collection of travel-inspired furniture and objects made in collaboration with internationally renowned designers. Since 2012, Louis Vuitton has invited celebrated designers from around the world to imagine experimental yet functional furniture pieces and design objects for the Objets Nomades collection. The collection simultaneously pays homage to Louis Vuitton‘s special orders of the past – such as the iconic Bed Trunk produced in 1874 for French explorer Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza – while it celebrates the defiantly contemporary visions of a diverse group of international designers.

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Some of the world’s most renowned designers have created Objets Nomades for Louis Vuitton, including India Mahdavi, Marcel Wanders studio, Patricia Urquiola, Campana Brothers, Atelier Oï, and many more.
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OBJETS NOMADES AT THE SALONE DEL MOBILE

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Coinciding with this year’s Salone del Mobile in Milan, Louis Vuitton celebrates ten years of the Objets Nomades collection of furniture and design objects. From 7 to 12 June, they will be present at Via Bagutta, 2 20121 Milano – Italia. Their Schedule will be:

  • 7 June – 2:00PM – 8:00PM
  • 8 to 12 June – 10:00AM – 8:00PM
At a specially designed exhibition space within the iconic Garage Traversi, Louis Vuitton unveils two new additions to the Objets Nomades collections as well as a wide selection of recent and classic pieces. Also, for the duration of the fair, the Maison brings Studio Rochel’s ovoid work “Nova House” to the heart of Milan as part of Maison’s tradition of exhibiting nomadic architecture. Since its creation in 2012, the Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades collection of inventive and functional furniture and objects has expanded to welcome creations by an ever-growing roster of renowned international designers, including Fernando and Humberto Campana, Atelier Oï, Raw Edges, Frank Chou, André Fu, and Marcel Wanders Studio.
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