The latest additions to Louis Vuitton‘s Objets Nomades collection has been unveiled at the Palazzo Serbelloni in Milan at Fuorisalone 2019.
Ten new travel-inspired objects from both new and established Objets Nomades design partners are on display. Objects from the newcomers include a glass-topped, oval dining table with a hollow base covered in beige leather with a blue Louis Vuitton lacquer interior, and a tripartite screen of woven leather in mesmerizing colors and patterns.
Other items include a yellow flower bud-inspired seat, an elegant round glass dining table with criss-crossed wooden legs, playful and fully customizable “Dolls” chairs, matching red sofa and armchairs, and a selection of lamps.
In addition to the collection, Louis Vuitton presents Shigeru Ban’s “Temporary Paper Structure.” The architect originally designed it back in 2004, as an office for the top of the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
The Objets Nomades collection is available to see at Fuorisalone until April 14.
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