Louis Vuitton celebrates a decade of its Objets Nomades collection during this year’s Salone del Mobile, also known as the Milan Design Week.
The Objets Nomades collection includes over 60 pieces of furniture and objects created by 14 designers over ten years. It’s showcased at the Garage Traversi, commemorating the designers’ creativity combined with Louis Vuitton’s “Art of Travel” philosophy. Customers will surely get that pop of color with the design pieces, ranging from a parakeet green sculptural couch to orange outdoor tables.
LV has also unveiled five new pieces at the Milan exhibition. Belt Lounge Chair, Belt Bar Stool, and Belt Side Stool from Atelier Oï, the Campana Brothers’ new four-seater version of the Bomboca modular sofa, and a Cosmic Table by Raw Edges.
In addition, viewers are welcome to check out a display for the Nova House designed by architects Michel Hudrisier and M. Studio Rochel’s Roma. It features the “living pod,” which was developed in 1972 and made from an aluminum-alloy strip-covered steel structure. The pod has two bedrooms, a living area, a kitchen, and a bathroom.
Visit the Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades collection at Salone del Mobile Milan now until Sunday, June 12th.