Ahead of Art Basel Hong Kong, Louis Vuitton is hosting an exclusive display of its latest Objets Nomades Collection. The display is located within the Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage and Arts which marks the first public opening of the historic building following the completion of its revitalization.
Made up of two floors, the exhibit features different rooms such as a game room, dining room, living room, a garden, a date night with candles. Each room points to a reimagination of a luxurious apartment.
The range is made up of chairs, tables and homeware created with Louis Vuitton’s beloved monogram print. Additionally, the lineup is comprised of cases and trunks in a deep brown tone accentuated with a contrasting light brown hue, a well-known pairing for the luxury fashion house. The full collection’s scenography display was created by the internationally acclaimed Joyce Wang Studio, a studio known for cinematic interiors. Throughout the immersive experience, visitors will walk into a lush architectural space marked by archways, portals, niches and entryways framing the traveling collection.
Take an in-depth look at our exclusive images from the exhibit above. Head over to Louis Vuitton’s website to reserve tickets for the public exhibit that is open to the public from March 23 to 31.
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