As luxury evolves, so do design ideas. Louis Vuitton presented a new perspective on luxury travel with the Objets Nomades Collection. In order to travel in luxury, you need everything to be accessible, easy to use and visually attractive. Refined travelers will immediately see and feel the difference in quality and design at each of the 16 pieces of the collection, each with a specific function hidden through design.
The foldable furniture designs and travel accessories can collapse and fold, stretch, zip and illuminate to surprise the user with various shapes and functions. Using Louis Vuitton’s exclusive nomad leather, all these were tailored for different traveling needs.
The 16-piece travel-inspired collection include Campana Brothers’ Maracatu limited-edition hanging travel cabinet, the Hammock by Atelier Oi, the Solar-powered “bell-lamp” by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, Nendo’s Roll-out lamp, a folding desk by Christian Liaigre, Patricia Urquiola’s Swing chair, the Folding beach chair by Maarten Baas and Constance Guisset’s Col de voyage petal-shaped neck cushion. Do you have a favorite?