Objets Nomades is a name that probably resounds with you if you’re a fan and follower of Louis Vuitton‘s work. The good news is that this collection is currently being exhibited at Art Basel Hong Kong 2019! Let’s have a little look at the novelties.
Right now the display of Objects Nomades by Louis Vuitton is currently being displayed at the Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage and Arts, which is a special occasion for this establishment, seen as this marks the first public opening of the historic building after the completion of its revitalization.
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The exhibit of Louis Vuitton is set in a building composed of two floors made up of several areas, among them a game room, a dining room, a living room, a garden, a date night with candles and others. The objective of this Objets Nomades showcase style is to reimagine a luxury home with Louis Vuitton’s pieces in the mix.
The full collection’s scenography display in this area was created by Joyce Wang Studio, a studio acclaimed both nationally and internationally known for its unique looking cinematic interiors. This is a Louis Vuitton exhibit that takes guests through an immersive experience that carries them through a unique design space composed by archways, portals, niches and entryways.
While you’re on this journey, of course, you can see and touch the chairs, tables and homeware that are part of the evergrowing Objets Nomades collections, created with Louis Vuitton’s monogram print.
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Inside of this exhibit, you can find some very marking pieces that collaborate with Louis Vuitton in this collection, 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. The exhibition of Objets Nomades by Louis Vuitton started on March 23rd and it will remain at the Tai Kwun building until the 31st of 2019.