Louis Vuitton’s ever-expanding collection of limited edition, collectible furniture, Objects Nomades is one of the highlights that you can’t miss if you are attending Design Miami during this week.
Until the 9th of December, the new pieces of this collection will be available to fans of the brand or just to those curious to see what’s new at this year’s exposition. This exposition was present at this year’s Milan Design Week, and now it came to the USA.
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Among the set of new objects that will make an appearance are the “Anemona” table by Atelier Biagetti, the ‘Ribbon Dance’ chair by Andre Fu, the “Cocoon swing chair” by the Campana Brothers, among others.
Inside this collection is Les Petites Nomades, a set of small decorative objects that present themselves as unique interpretations of Lous Vuitton’s take on inspiring design. Both the bigger and the smaller objects present at the event will surely inspire the imagination and other possibilities in the design area.
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Objects Nomades, launched in the year 2012 inspired by the historic Art of Travel campaign, every year present new furniture and design objects that came from the minds of several designers a little from all around the globe. The initiative became a tradition from Louis Vuitton with several people who either love the brand or design in general (or even both!) always curious to see what new shapes and ideas can be brought up by LV.
Among some other names that have made their contribution to this collection are Maarten Baas, Damien Langlois-Meurinne, Patricia Urquiola, Marcel Wanders, Tokujin Yos, and Gwenaël Nicolas.