On the Move: Louis Vuitton’s Objets Nomades Series
Objets Nomades series challenges 11 A-list firms to discover the art of travel by conceiving 16 mobile-minded furnishings and accessories, all in limited editions.
Partners Armand Louis, Patrick Reymond, and Aurel Aebi’s hanging bed is woven from leather and reinforced with gilded rivets — and rolls up into a slender cylinder.
An aluminum ring fitted with OLEDs dangles from braided leather, which can attach to—and illuminate the dark recesses of—any purse or tote.
Classic meets contemporary in Jay Osgerby and Edward Barber’s lantern encasing a solar-powered LED in a leather-bound Murano glass diffuser.
Six layers of pressed sculpted leather joined with a puzzle hinge form a slightly inclined, and collapsible, seat—close contact is practically unavoidable.
Col de Voyage
Practically worthy of being a fashion accessory, this neck pillow’s tiered cushions are covered in cotton in a palette of sophisticated neutrals.
A leather handle and straps and a folding top and legs make the maple-framed desk, measuring 22 by 29 by 35 inches when open, portable.
Gold-plated hooks and PVC-polyester fasteners attach to a steel support bar at one end, and to woven polyester mesh cradling leather-upholstered cushions at the other.
A resin-covered clay frame supports the cotton-strap seat and back; when closed, the chair resembles a square attaché case, complete with leather handles.
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