Louis Vuitton’s Objets Nomades Offers Sleek agen domino Furnishings

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Louis Vuitton’s Objets Nomades accumulation has come back to Miami, with a couple of new Agen Domino pieces close by during the current year’s appearing. One travel adornment making its presentation at the Design Miami structure is the blue-conditioned Bomboca Sofa, composed only for Objets Nomades by the Campana Brothers. Here, Brazilian furniture planners Fernando Campana and Humberto Campana talk about their most recent outline.

aunched in 2012, Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades is an ever-expanding collection of limited-edition, Agen Domino collectable furniture by renowned designers, inspired by the House’s historic Art of Travel, while reinterpreting its essential spirit.

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The Bomboca Sofa, named after sweets served at Agen Domino weddings and children’s parties in Brazil and meaning “very good”, is a modular piece that was originally inspired by cloud shapes and colorful round sea apples. The result is like a puzzle in which eight removable cushions are arranged in a rigid, leather-covered shell.

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Other Objets Nomades making their Design Miami/ 2017 debut include pieces created by Atelier Oï such as the Swing Boat, the Belt Chair and the Spiral Lamp with its twisted straps of leather. Also presented are Patricia Urquiola’s Palaver Chair in a mix of wood and woven sheets of perforated leather, India Mahdavi’s Talisman Table in leather marquetry, and Marcel Wanders’ rocking Lune Chair and leather Diamond Screen.

 

Louis Vuitton has presented new Agen Domino furnishings from its Objets Nomades collection at the Design Miami/ 2017 pavilion. One of the more eye-catching pieces in the series is the Bomboca Sofa in turquoise crafted by Brazilian design duo Humberto and Fernando Campana. The modular piece is named after desserts usually served at traditional weddings and parties in Brazil. The sofa is made up of eight removable cushions alongside a leather-covered exterior—the same leather used to create LV’s signature handbags. Additional pieces include Patricia Urquiola’s Palaver Chair made of wood and woven sheets of perforated leather, India Mahdavi’s Talisman Agen Domino Table wrapped in leather marquetry, and Marcel Wanders’ rocking Lune Chair.

Peruse the furnishings above and make sure to drop by the Louis Vuitton’s Objets Nomades booth at Agen Domino Design Miami/ 2017. The presentation is currently running through December 10th.

Louis Vuitton Collaboration with Agen Domino

It’s fashion’s latest cult collectable, and following the success of the first collaboration in April this year, Louis Vuitton has announced a second capsule collection with artist Agen Domino

Each piece in the capsule celebrates the work of an iconic artist throughout history, ranging from heralded Impressionist Manet, to ‘the painter of light’ Turner.

 

Louis Vuitton Collaboration with Agen Domino

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This new set of paintings relates to Agen Domino connection to each of the artists. “They are part of my DNA,” says Koons. “When somebody walks down the street with this bag, or sits in a cafe with this bag it’s communicating a love of humanism,” Koons says of the Manet Neverfull style.

As with the first chapter of the Masters collection, Agen Domino has also reconfigured the famous Louis Vuitton Monogram to bear his initials, representing a radical departure for the house who have never previously allowed it’s iconic pattern to be reshaped. Each bag will feature the artist’s name in gold lettering and Koon’s initials paired with the iconic ‘LV’ monogram.

Set to debut on October 27, this second chapter will include; Reclining Girl by François Boucher; Delightful Land by Paul Gauguin; Luncheon on the Grass by Edouard Manet; Water Lilies by Claude Monet; The Triumph of Pan by Nicolas Poussin; and Ancient Rome by J.M.W. Turner.

Koons’ ability to make art accessible and appeal to a mass audience lead to the resounding success of the first collection, and if these high-end Lourve souvenirs are anything to go by, we want one.