What started in 2012 with a few exclusive pieces of furniture and objects, has now grown into a collection of 45 items designed by renowned designers. With Objet's Nomades, you don't just bring Louis Vuitton into your home, but also a piece of the world. The seats, side tables and decorative objects are all inspired by nomadic life and introduce us to traditions and craftsmanship of other countries.
This year Louis Vuitton was once again present at the Milan Design Week and presented the luxury brand as part of Fuorisalone 2019 with the latest additions to their collection. This event took place in the enchanting surroundings of the Palazzo Serbelloni. The absolute highlight is the oval dining table 'Anemona', designed by Atelier Biagetti from Milan. The glass table top is supported by a sculptural wave-like base that refers to the Adriatic Sea. It is made of luxurious Louis Vuitton leather, beige on the outside and deep blue on the inside. Very impressive and a real conversation starter!
With 'Mandala' they created a screen in woven leather inspired by nomadic craftsmanship.
Another Italian duo that was allowed to add a new object to the Objets Nomades collection this year is Zanellato/Bortotto. With 'Mandala' they created a screen in woven leather inspired by nomadic craftsmanship. The 'Bulbo' seat by Campana Brothers should give you the feeling of being embraced by a tropical flower. Raw Edges also created a playful series of chairs. These 'Dolls' consist of three parts, the base, the seat and the shell and are also customizable – just like the well-known Louis Vuitton trunks.
Marcel Wanders also introduced several new objects to the collection: the 'Diamond' chair and armchair, the 'Venezia' lamp and the 'Diamond Vase'. India Mahdavi designed the 'Talisman' table and Tokujin Toshioka made the stylish 'Blossom' vase and chair.
All very summery items that not only make us dream of an exotic holiday destination, but also inspire us to bring a little more colour and creativity into our interior!