Milan Design Week has definitely left its mark on the news of the design community, featuring many incredible projects in all areas including luxury furniture. Among the highlights of showcases that you could see throughout Milan, there was the Louis Vuitton’s Objets Nomades exhibition that once again brought to the city of design some of the best results of this collection that has managed to gather many talents from furniture design into one purpose.
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The exhibition that took place during Milan Design Week 2019 was located at the Palazzo Serbelloni, a 400 square metre palace that perfectly managed to fit this collection’s style both in space as well as aesthetic. The initiative presented a total of 34 Art Deco objects, that were created by 14 award-winning international designers. Not only that, but this exhibition also presented “Paper Temporary”, an amazing installation of the Japanese architect Shigeru Ban featuring artwork made from both recycled paper and cardboard.
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Created all the way back in 2012, the Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades collection is a set of unique furniture objects that have counted with the cooperation of renowned designers to envision and creative, functional and innovative furniture and objects.
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2012, the Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades collection has invited renowned designers to imagine creative, functional and innovative furniture and objects, which are then elegantly crafted “using Louis Vuitton’s savoir-faire”. Among some of the top objects that were created on this project, we can point to some examples such as the “Anemona” table by Atelier Biagetti, the ‘Ribbon Dance’ chair by Andre Fu, or even the “Cocoon swing chair” by the Campana Brothers