Louis Vuitton Creates Furniture Concepts from Pierre Paulin and Herman Miller
With Art Basel already underway in Miami, we bring you a closer look at Louis Vuitton’s modular
With Art Basel already underway in Miami, we bring you a closer look at Louis Vuitton‘s modular living concept display that is scheduled to open today. Drawing inspiration from Pierre Paulin and Herman Miller, the project aims to introduce a multi-story living arrangement in which furnishings can be modified to suite changing needs. Louis Vuitton has tapped its supplier in Italy to realize 18 first-edition armchairs, sofas, bookshelves, tatami mats and tables which will be on display in Miami and subsequently sold as one-off prototypes. This is the second year the french fashion house has put out an exhibition showcasing French pioneers in architecture and design during Art Basel , with Charlotte Perriand’s “La maison au bord de l’eau,” unveiled last December. Stay tuned for more updates from Art Basel in Miami this week.