Louis Vuitton’s ‘Objets Nomades’ Collection at Milan’s Palazzo Bocconi

This year we took time out from pounding the streets of Milan during Milan Design Week to visit the Louis Vuitton ‘Objets Nomades’ collection at the overwhelming Palazzo Bocconi.
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Concertina Chair by Raw Edges

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Hammock by Atelier Oï

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Maracuta by Campana Brothers

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Swing Chair by Patricia Urquiola

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Totem Floral by Damien Langlois-Meurinne

Louis Vuitton transported it’s heritage of luxury, functionality and innovation into a collection of foldable furniture and portable travel accessories in what appeared like a luxurious jungle safari of meticulous craftsmanship.
The Objets Nomades range now extends to 16 items, from a hammock to a folding stool, created in collaboration with some of the most creative designers of our time which include Patricia Urquiola, Barber & Osgerby, Atelier Oï, Raw Edges and the Campana Brothers.