Until April 2nd, 2018, Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades collection will be on display at Pedder Building in Central, Hong Kong, in a scenography conceptualized by internationally renowned architect Andre Fu. For the first time a new Objet Nomade, Ribbon Dance designed by Andre Fu, is unveiled. In fact, the designer curated the whole exhibition.
Andre Fu credits his idiosyncratic design style – a quietly thoughtful, carefully considered yet analytical approach marked by a highly refined aesthetic – to his peripatetic cultural upbringing. After creating his design for the Upper House hotel in Hong Kong, he has developed innovative interiors for other leading brands. Fu brings each project to life personally from his airy design studio, based on the historic Duddell Street in Central, Hong Kong.
Created in 2012, the Objets Nomades collection keeps alive Louis Vuitton’s long tradition of beautifully crafted travel objects. Some of the world’s most renowned designers have since imagined stunning travel-inspired Objets, which have then been made by Louis Vuitton. Each Objet embodies their shared ideals, a love of the beauty of fine materials, the possibility of forms and carefully balanced proportions, complex and meticulous craftsmanship, and close attention to details. From a hammock to living room furniture in precious Nomade leather; from a foldable bed to a Maracatu, the Objets Nomades take inspiration from Louis Vuitton’s Special Orders and pay tribute to the iconic products and signatures of the House.
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