Louis Vuitton Shows Us The Right Way To Glamp

Even non-outdoorsy types will feel the wanderlust

Stool and Swing Chair by Patricia Urquiola
14 May 2016

Stool and Swing Chair by Patricia Urquiola

Hammock by Atelier Oi
14 May 2016

Hammock by Atelier Oi

Cocoon by Campana
14 May 2016

Cocoon by Campana

Concertina Lamp by Raw Edges
14 May 2016

Concertina Lamp by Raw Edges

Ernest Bed by Gwenael Nicolas
14 May 2016

Ernest Bed by Gwenael Nicolas

Concertina Table by Raw Edges, Lamp by Nendo
14 May 2016

Concertina Table by Raw Edges, Lamp by Nendo

Bell Lamp by Barber & Osgerby
14 May 2016

Bell Lamp by Barber & Osgerby

Maracatu by Campana, Miller Lamp by Gwenael Nicolas
14 May 2016

Maracatu by Campana, Miller Lamp by Gwenael Nicolas

Stool by Atelier Oi
14 May 2016

Stool by Atelier Oi

Concertina Chair by Raw Edges
14 May 2016

Concertina Chair by Raw Edges

Concertina Chair by Raw Edges
14 May 2016

Concertina Chair by Raw Edges

Lounge Chair by Marcel Wanders
14 May 2016

Lounge Chair by Marcel Wanders

Lounge Chair by Marcel Wanders
14 May 2016

Lounge Chair by Marcel Wanders

Totem Floral by Damien Langlois-Meurinne
14 May 2016

Totem Floral by Damien Langlois-Meurinne

A collection of 17 travel-inspired objects by ten up-and-coming designers, Louis Vuitton’s Objets Nomades will be unveiled for the first time in Asia this month, at the brand’s Island Maison at Marina Bay Sands. It is also one of only 4 Maisons in the world to carry the complete collection.

Paying homage to the brand’s historic trunks and deep-rooted association with travel, the eclectic collection features foldable furniture and travel accessories created in collaboration with creative minds like Patricia Urquiola, Brothers Campana and Maarten Baas.

Highlights include origami-inspired folding stools, a luxurious hammock, and a bell-shaped lamp that references the signature Noé bucket bag.

Check out our photo gallery of the Objets Nomades above. The collection will be on display at Louis Vuitton Island Maison at Marina Bay Sands, from 18 May to 30 June.

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