“Sharing a sense of intuitiveness, desire and pleasure, the Objets Nomades continue Louis Vuitton’s tradition of offering inspiring and surprising designs to fans all over the world,” commented Design Miami’s curators team.
The encounter between the luxury house’s know-how and renowned designers has given Louis Vuitton the occasion to develop inventive new shapes, materials and products. This tradition is renewed with the creation of the Objets Nomades, a collection of furniture that reinvents the House’s Art of Travel.
For Design Miami/, Louis Vuitton presents an installation composed of its most emblematic creations, some of which were especially made for the art fair: the Stool by Atelier Oi, the Cocoon by the Campana Brothers, the Bell Lamp by Barber & Osgerby, the Concertina Table, Chair and Light shade by Raw Edges, the Swing Chair by Patricia Urquiola and the Lounge Chair by Marcel Wanders. Louis Vuitton also unveiled the Blossom Stool, designed by Tokujin Yoshioka, and the Fur Cocoon by the Campana Brothers.
First presented during Design Miami in 2012, the Objets Nomades now ranges from a hammock to a foldable stool to lights – all in noble materials and available as limited editions or experimental prototypes. Always reinventing itself, Louis Vuitton has collaborated with some of the most creative up-and-coming and established designers working today: Patricia Urquiola, Maarten Baas, the Campana Brothers, Barber and Osgerby, Damien Langlois-Meurinne, Atelier Oï, Nendo, Gwenaël Nicolas, Raw Edges, and Marcel Wanders.