Louis Vuitton’s Objets Nomades Exhibition Headed to Rodeo Drive

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Stool
Brown leather stool by Atelier Oi

Louis Vuitton is inviting luxury loving Angelenos with wanderlust to check out its gorgeous Objets Nomades exhibition this month at the brand’s Rodeo Drive boutique.

 

Lounge Chair
Lounge Chair by Marcel Wanders

The collection of foldable furniture and travel accessories was first introduced in 2012 as a ten-piece set, and has grown in size to 17 unique items, all of which pay homage Louis Vuitton’s special pieces of the past, such as the its iconic Bed Trunk or Wardrobe Trunk. The collection was designed by a plethora of different designers.

 

Ernest Bed
Ernest Bed

The items on display from November 10th to 28th include the Hammock and the Stool by Atelier Oi, the Cocoon by the Campana Brothers, the Bell Lamp by Barber & Osgerby, the Concertina Table, Chair and Light shade by Raw Edges, the Swing Chair by Patricia Urquiola and the Lounge Chair by Marcel Wanders, which the designer describes as “an unfolding and portable oasis for relaxation. The three individual modules fit into each other like a puzzle, yet when laid out create three distinct solutions—a chaise longue, armchair or pouffe.”

 

Concertina Chair in caramel
Concertina Chair in caramel by Raw Edges

New pieces, which made their debut during Milan Design Week, include the Concertina Collection by Raw Edges, The Valet and the Totem Floral by Damien Langlois-Meurinne and the Ernest Bed and Miller Lamp by Gwenaël Nicolas, both of which were inspired by author Ernest Hemingway’s African travels and which were, according to the artist, ”an opportunity to discover a mysterious world.”

Bell Lamp by Barber & Osgerby
Bell Lamp by Barber & Osgerby

The collection of objets by ten different designers range in price from $4,300 to $81,500 will also be available for retail at the brand’s Beverly Hills flagship boutique, located at 295 N Rodeo Drive.

Cocoon rouge
The Cocoon by the Campana Brothers

All photos courtesy of Louis Vuitton 

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