Objets Nomades Collection by Louis Vuitton 2017

French fashion house Louis Vuitton has crafted the ‘Objets Nomades’ collection, keeping alive their long tradition of travel objects. For this year’s Milan Design Week, India Mahdavi and Tokujin Yoshioka have joined some of the world’s most renowned designers to imagine the stunning items, adding ten new pieces to the set.


‘Palaver Chair’ and ‘Swing Chair’ by Patricia Urquiola


‘Palaver Chair’ and ‘Swing Chair’ details

Comprised of 25 pieces, the Objets Nomads collection sees, among others, a hammock, a deckchair, swing chairs, and a foldable stool. The collaboration between Louis Vuitton and the designers brings together the company’s artisans with the ideas of the creatives, mixing their know-how with experimentation. Each project interprets the idea of travel in their own way, embodying the beauty of fine materials, the possibility of forms and the carefully balanced proportions highlighted by meticulous craftsmanship and attention to detail.


‘Blossom Stool’ by Tokujin Yoshioka


Process images of Tokujin Yoshioka’s ‘Blossom Stool’


‘Rocking Chair’ by Marcel Wanders


The chair features a moon-shaped profile that effortlessly allows it to rock


‘Diamond Screen’ by Marcel Wanders


‘Bomboca Sofa’ by Campana brothers


Detail


‘Swing Boat’ by Atelier Oï


Attention to detail


‘Talisman Table’ by India Mahdavi


Images featuring the process behind India Mahdavi’s ‘Talisma Table’


‘Spiral Lamp’ by Atelier Oï


‘Belt chair’ by Atelier Oï


Louis Vuitton’s meticulous craftsmanship is highlighted in every detail


‘Cocoon’ by campana brothers


The lattice work on ‘Cocoon’ resembles a coral


‘Concertina Chair’ by Raw Edges


Foldable leather panels make up the ‘Concertina Chair’


‘Concertina shade’ by Raw Edges


Louis Vuitton expands Objets Nomades collection at Milan Design Week 2017