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Another year, another Design Miami. This year, luxury label Louis Vuitton returns for a third time presenting three new items to its existing “Objects Nomades“, a collection of inventive, creative and functional furniture and objects imagined by innovative designers.

This year, LV features Italian design studio Atelier Biagetti’s “Anemona Table”, Atelier’s Oï’s “Serpentine Table”, and Tokujin Yoshioka’s “Blossom Vase”, along with a selection of existing objects.

Inspired by the complex, free-flowing movements of traditional dances, Atelier’s Oï’s “Serpentine Table” features a bevelled glass atop a criss-crossed, smooth American walnut legs held tight by finely worked straps made of blue Louis Vuitton leather.

Designer’s Alberto Biagetti and artist Laura Baldassari create the “Anemona Table”. The piece pays homage to the Adriatic Sea near the designers hometown of Ravenna featuring an aquatic rippling beige base. The blue interior leaks out of the top of the structure granting a beautiful contrast through the glass. The undulating, glass-topped “Anemona Table” is the first “Object Nomade” created by Atelier Biagetti.

Lastly, Tokujin Yoshioka’s elegant “swirling Blossom” vases takes inspiration from LV’s classic monogram pattern and are handblown in either clear or black glass.

The “Objets Nomades” collection that will be on display at Design Miami/ tent from December 5-9 and at the Louis Vuitton store in the Miami Design District.

Louis Vuitton Miami Design District Store
140 NE 39th St.
Miami, FL 33137

In other news, KAWS to drop exclusive silk prints at Art Basel Miami Beach.

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