Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades collection is made of some 25 objects, envisioned by an elite group of international designers like Fernando and Humberto Campana, of Brazil and Patricia Urquiola of Spain or Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka. The result is an array of iconic objects adapted to 21st century travel – objects that are not only about function, but also about fiction, since all tell a story of daring and sharing.
The latest addition to Objets Nomades collection is an astonishing low table in leather marquetry by India Mahdavi, the French architect and interior designer of Irano-Egyptian heritage. Varied, surprising, delicate, refined, flawlessly finished and originally conceived, all these items, each one a jewel of craftsmanship, are the result of a collaboration between Maison Louis Vuitton and designers of vastly differing styles.
Each limited-edition object or piece of furniture is created as a result of an encounter, a dialogue, an intuition, a shared passion. Together, they comprise a singular collection whose leitmotif is the elegant and elaborate treatment of material taken to its limits. Trust, respect, humility and mutual understanding, are the basis for this collective adventure, which began in 2012 and takes shape in a research laboratory with the look of an integrated start-up.
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