Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades Takes Design Miami/ 2018
From December 5 until December 9, Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades will grace Design Miami/ 2018 with a one-of-a-kind sense of creativity that takes modern style to the next level. This collection of inventive, creative and functional furniture pieces and objects brings the imagination of international designers, such as the Campana Brothers, Barber & Osgerby, India Mahdavi, Patricia Urquiola, Marcel Wanders and Andre Fu – amongst others – to life.
Combining every designer’s creativity with Louis Vuitton’s unparalleled savoir-faire, this collection keeps on expanding to now include Les Petits Nomades, which is a range of smaller decorative pieces created by a selection of Objets Nomades designers. Now, are you wondering what Objets Nomades has in store for us this year at Design Miami/ 2018? In fact, the collection witnesses the addition of two new tables: the undulating, glass-topped Anemona Table – which is the first Objet Nomade piece by Atelier Biagetti, and Atelier’s Oï’s Serpentine Table that features a bevelled glass top sitting upon crisscrossed smooth American walnut legs held tight by finely worked straps made of blue Louis Vuitton leather.
As for the third new Objet Nomade, the swirling Blossom Vase by Tokujin Yoshioka joins the Les Petits Nomades range with its clean lines inspired by the House’s classic Monogram pattern. Also presented at Design Miami/ 2018 will be a new variation of the Campana Brothers’ Cocoon swing chair with a blue-turquoise, sheepskin-covered shell and snug long-hair lambskin-covered cushions and Hong Kong designer André Fu’s Ribbon Dance chair with turquoise cushions and an arm covered in rich black Louis Vuitton leather.
Let’s take a quick look at some of these pieces!
Anemona Table by Atelier Biagetti
Ribbon Dance chair by André Fu
Blossom Vase by Tokujun Yoshioka
Cocoon swing chair by The Campana Brothers
Serpentine Table by Atelier’s Oï