The internationally recognized fashion brand, Louis Vuitton, just added some new pieces to its Objets Nomades collection. Modern art pieces created by Atelier Biagetti and Zanellato/Bortotto studio were added to this Louis Vuitton collection, a collaboration where the Italian duos worked alongside an in-house artisan to produce their designs.
The design brand collection, that was presented during Milan Design Week, sees designers interpret the idea of travel whilst considering their own personal style. The Milanese Atelier Biagetti has created ‘Anemona’, a dining table with a glass top and wavy base covered in soft leather. Meanwhile, the Italian duo Zanellato/Bortotto makes its debut with the ‘Mandala’ screen, composed of three parts in a sophisticated weave.
Louis Vuitton‘s pieces were unveiled at the neoclassical Palazzo Serbelloni during Fuorisalone 2019, in an art exhibition that featured the entire collection as well as past editions re-proposed in new colors and materials.
The rooms were illuminated by vibrant hues radiated through this collection. Pieces like the Campana Brothers ‘Bomboca’ sofa-puzzle in fluorescent yellow and the ‘Cocoon’ suspended chair with red faux fur.
As mentioned before, some previous Louis Vuitton‘s designs were simply updated but others were completely new, such as the Campana Brothers‘ ‘Bulbo Armchair’, a gigantic envelope in a yellow fabric that creates the experience of being embraced by a tropical flower.
Marcel Wanders also designed four new objects: the ‘Diamond Armchair’, a cage-like design formed of arching wooden slats, ‘Venezia’, a lamp inspired by traditional Venetian lanterns, and the ‘Diamond Vase’ made from mouth-blown Murano glass suspended by leather straps.
This Louis Vuitton collection was created in 2012, with the main goal of having designers creating functional but also highly creative furniture and objects. And in 2019, a few years after its launch, the French fashion brand has already worked with very acclaimed contemporary artists‘ names in the world of design, and today counts with a total of 40 pieces. I Lobo You loves them all!
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