While primarily known for being one of the most premium luxury goods manufacturers in the fashion realm,
The intricate piece was designed by MARC FORNES/THEVERYMANY and is executed with a coral-inspired design. It is built with over 1,600 ultra-thin anodized aluminum sheets — some measure out to be as thin as 1 millimeter — to form a giant structure that’s meant to resemble a living organism that has naturally bubbled into something larger. From the exterior vantage point, it appears like an enormous metallic cluster of bubbles, while the interior allows you to see its fluid shape and wealth of perforations.
Throughout Milan Design Week, LV has utilized the piece as a place of honor to host events, workshops and a public panel with designers from Objets Nomades. It will be open to view for the public until April 23, so check out a closer look in the gallery above.