Louis Vuitton is flexing over 160 years of savoir-faire through the Objets Nomades - a collection of travel-inspired furniture and objects made in collaboration with internationally renowned designers such as Marcel Wanders, the Campana Brothers, Atelier Oï, Maarten Baas, Barber and Osgerby, Raw Edges and more.
Now showcased in Indonesia, Louis Vuitton has turned the 43rd floor of The Plaza Office Tower in Thamrin, Jakarta into its own private salon, with the collection creatively displayed, inspired by the Maison's historic Art of Travel.
The collection simultaneously pays homage to Louis Vuitton’s special orders of the past, such as the iconic Bed Trunk produced in 1874 for French explorer Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza.
While it celebrates the defiantly contemporary visions of a diverse group of international designers, The Objets Nomades Collection captures the House’s aesthetic rigour, flair for innovation and artisanal expertise using materials painstakingly selected to give each piece its noblest expression.
Since 2012, Louis Vuitton has invited some of the world’s most celebrated designers to imagine experimental yet functional furniture pieces and design objects for the Objets Nomades Collection.
From a hammock to a foldable stool, an armchair to a room screen, each limited edition object pushes and surpasses the boundaries of leather to showcase the Maison’s attention to complex craftsmanship and creative innovation.
The Objets Nomades is now showcased in Indonesia by appointment only through the Louis Vuitton stores from 2 to 10 November at 10am to 8pm at The Plaza Office Tower, 43rd Floor, Thamrin, Jakarta Pusat.
In Indonesia, the Objets Nomades exhibition brought on board renowned Indonesian designer Kezia Karin with 24 collaborators to realise the brand's vision for the space.