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Brief Published: 11 Dec 2012

Objets Nomades by Louis Vuitton


Iconic French brand Louis Vuitton, a company synonymous with luxury travel, has collaborated with several internationally renowned designers for its latest collection, Objets Nomades. The collection features a variety of portable furniture and travel accessories made using naturally tanned Nomade Leather, and includes pieces by French studio Atelier Oï and Milan-based designer Patricia Urquiola.

Brazilian duo the Campana Brothers have designed a hanging cabinet for the collection adorned with large-scale leather fringing made from offcuts from the Louis Vuitton studio. The cabinet features a shelf and light inside with a zip closure. London-based studio Barber Osgerby has created a bell lamp with a leather carry case. The solar-powered travel lamp combines both modern and traditional features and can also be charged via USB.

For similar products, see the Stylus report On the Road: A Home Away from Home and the Stylus A/W 13-14 Interiors Industry Trend, Homage.

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