Louis Vuitton‘s high-end furniture line Objets Nomades will host a retrospective presentation featuring both new and archival pieces in Hong Kong. The installment will spotlight works by leading international designers such as Atelier Oï, Atelier Biagetti, the Campana Brothers, Andre Fu, Raw Edges and Tokujin Yoshioka to name a few. Moreover, the event will take place inside the historic Central Magistry building with internationally-acclaimed Joyce Wang Studio set to build the scenography for the furnishings.
“Visitors will walk into a grand, architectural space, an avant-garde home full of sensory stimulus. The archways, portals, niches, and entryways all serve to frame this traveling collection, inviting interpretation and imagination,” said Louis Vuitton in a statement.
Accompanying the Objets Nomades editions is a selection of small decorative pieces from the luxury label’s Les Petits Nomades series. The event will run March 23-31. Head to Louis Vuitton’s website to learn more.
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Louis Vuitton #ObjetsNomades is an ever-expanding collection of collectible furniture designed by some of the best creators of our time, including Maarten Baas, Fernando and Humberto Campana, Patricia Urquiola, and many more. Les Petits Nomades are innovative and inventive small-scale decorative pieces. At Design Miami/, @LouisVuitton presentins new works by @atelierbiagetti, @atelier_oi, @tokujinyoshioka, and André Fu (@a.f.s.o) which are all beautiful interpretations of Louis Vuitton’s world of refined and inspiring design #designmiami