Louis Vuitton Presented Objets Nomades Collection At Fuorisalone 2019 ⇒ Milan Design Week 2019 was the perfect place to be up-to-date with all the design news. Louis Vuitton presented their Objet Nomades Collection, with amazing products by some of the best designers in the world. Best Design Guides brings you all about it.
Milan Design Week surrounds itself with amazing exhibitions and events for all kinds of interior design lovers! From Salone del Mobile, with amazing stands from the best projects that you needed to see, to Fuorisalone, where you could discover incredible exhibitions on the design districts.
Amongst these set of events all over Milan, there are emerging artists that you can get to know, and of course, revisit amazing and prestigious artists and projects. The prestigious artists are the ones that have been impressing the design world and continue to do so. This event presents you the perfect opportunity to keep up with the latest design trends, and of course the innovative design that comes from these design moguls.
One of the most prestigious brands of all time, Louis Vuitton, started as a very well known high-fashion couture brand, that has provided us with pieces that are absolutely out of this world. Fortunately, this brand broke another design boundary and transcended to interior design.
This Louis Vuitton exhibition it’s located at the Palazzo Serbelloni, a 400 square metre palace, that perfectly fits as this brand’s stage. This exclusive event was part of the celebrations of Salone del Mobile.
During this Louis Vuitton exhibition, they presented the incredible Objets Nomades collection. This astounding collection demonstrates new collaborations from designers such as Zanellato/Borbotto and Atelier Biagetti.
Fuorisalone at Palazzo Serbelloni is an absolutely magnificent place to host this exclusive exhibition. Louis Vuitton presented a total number of 34 Art Deco objects, that are created by 14 award-winning international designers, such as Marcel Wanders, Atelier Oï, and many more.
Also, at the Louis Vuitton – Objets Nomades, it’s displayed an incredible installation of the Japanese architect Shigeru Ban. With the name of “Paper Temporary”, the artwork is made of recycled paper and cardboard.