Louis Vuitton Furniture Collection Is In Town – The luxury brand has further expanded its Objets Nomades collection with three new pieces: atelier biagetti’s Anemona table, atelier oï’s Serpentine table, and tokujin yoshioka’s Blossom vase. Find out more!
Presented alongside a selection of the first objects of the famous Louis Vuitton furniture collection, the new creations are going to be presented during Design Miami 2018. The three new creations have joined pieces by international designers like the Campana Brothers, Barber & Osgerby, India Mahdavi, Patricia Urquiola, and André Fu.
In case you never heard about this luxury collection of home goods, “Les Petits Nomades” was created by some of the world’s most renowned designers like Humberto & Fernando Campana, Atelier Oï, Patricia Urquiola, and Marcel Wanders. They all worked together on this selection of decorative elements that are not only inventive but also elegant.
Each object of Les Petits Nomades is an “invitation to take home a unique blend of a designer’s creative vision and the House’s traditional savoir-faire and innovative craftsmanship”. In the end, the buyer will end up with fully functional and collectible items, by Louis Vuitton, as the statement piece of their homes.
The ever-expanding collection also includes a range of smaller decorative designs, one of which is now Tokujin Yoshioka’s swirling blossom vase. Each vase is hand-blown in either clear or black glass by master artisans in Murano, Italy. Its clean lines reference Louis Vuitton‘s classic monogram pattern
The latest studio to contribute to this bespoke collection is Atelier Biagetti. Created by the Italian designer Alberto Biagetti and artist Laura Baldassari, the Anemona table is an undulating, glass-topped object that features a rippling base with a blue lacquer interior and soft beige exterior in natural leather.
The second table recently added to the Nomade Collection was created by Atelier’s oï and it’s called Serpentine whose form draws from the complex, free-flowing movements of traditional dances. The Swiss designers were able to combine a beveled glass top with a base of intersecting, smooth American walnut legs held tight by finely worked straps made of blue Louis Vuitton leather.