Louis Vuitton is partnering with Frieze LA for the first time with a presentation of its “Objets Nomades” collection at Los Angeles’ Milk Studios. Since its formation in 2012, the collection has continued Louis Vuitton’s tradition of beautifully crafted travel-inspired objects, while perpetuating the creativity and innovation that has driven the House for over 165 years.
The experimental prototypes that make up the Objets Nomades pay homage to Louis Vuitton’s storied past — such as the 1874 Bed Trunk produced for French explorer Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza — while incorporating the contemporary visions of creative designers from all over the world. From swing chairs to mirrors, tables to lamps and stools to sofas, the collection has grown to include a full range of meticulously crafted designs that focus on experimental forms, high-quality materials and carefully balanced proportions.
Check out the Objets Nomades in the gallery above. The collection is on view during Frieze LA from now until February 16.
855 N Cahuenga Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90038
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Starting tomorrow, visit the @LouisVuitton Objets Nomades collection on view from February 14th to 16th at MILK, 855 N. Cahuenga Blvd. Since its creation in 2012, the Objets Nomades collection consists of special travel-inspired furniture and objects that creatively fuse the House’s rich history of fine craftsmanship with the innovative vision of renowned international designers including Atelier Biagetti, the Campana Brothers, Raw Edges, Marcel Wanders, and Andrew Kudless. Open hours are Feb 14 12:30-8pm; Feb 15 11am-7pm; Feb 16 11am-6pm #LVobjetsnomades