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Louis Vuitton's new collection Objets Nomades

Milan Furniture Fair 2015: Louis Vuitton’s new collection Objets Nomades

At Milan Furniture Fair 2015, French fashion house Louis Vuitton has showcased their new collection Objets Nomades, which started way back in 2012. For this travel-inspired project Louis Vuitton has commissioned nine renowned and upcoming designers to create unique foldable furniture and travel accessories that express the luxury brand’s signature style and aesthetic.

The list of designers includes Patricia Urquiola, Atelier Oï, Barber & Osgerby, Nendo, Campana Brothers, Gwenaël Nicolas, Raw Edges, Damien Langlois-Meurinne and Maarten Baas. Together these brilliant designers have created an exceptional range that comprises of 16 distinct pieces of furniture and accessories such as armchair, hammock, beach chair, folding stool, foldable bed, surface lamps, ceiling decor, etc.

Design of this collection elegantly boasts mixture of leather, braiding, strapping and puncturing techniques that make each piece exclusive to the popular fashion brand. Each object from the lineup not only reflects superior design and material quality, but also serves practical usage. However, only filthy rich could afford such extravagant furniture. Check out the images to find out more details of the lineup.

Louis Vuitton's new collection Objets Nomades

Concertina chair with leather upholestered cushions by Raw Edges

Louis Vuitton's new collection Objets Nomades

Hammock and stool with leather detailing by Atelier Oï

Louis Vuitton's new collection Objets Nomades

Marcatu ceiling decor by Campana Brothers

Louis Vuitton's new collection Objets Nomades

Ernest bed with wooden framework by Gwenaël Nicolas

Louis Vuitton's new collection Objets Nomades

Red cocoon with cushions by Fernando and Humberto campana

Louis Vuitton's new collection Objets Nomades

Suitcase-shaped beach chair by Maarten Baas

Louis Vuitton's new collection Objets Nomades

Elegant surface lamps by Nendo

Credit: Designboom

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