After a 14-month renovation, the Parisian Maison Louis Vuitton redesigned its entire London store and both the inside and outside enhance now the epitome of modern art. With the hand of the renowned designer Peter Marino, Bond Street will never be the same!
The new york architect Peter Marino gave his own modern design touch and the boutique opened its doors on Thursday (October 14th) with a literal explosion of color and contemporary art.
Outside, an enormous and kaleidoscope colored explosion happens and leaves anyone who passes by, absolutely blown away. Would you go inside? Of course you would, this was Peter Marino‘s exact intention. You’re in for an experience at this renovated Louis Vuitton boutique!
This entire renovation and building with a very contemporary design includes a sweeping double helix-shaped staircase crafted in cerused oak, which stands as modern sculpture, slightly off-center.
In the main atrium, beneath four cocoon chairs by the Campana Brothers, there is a space is dedicated to a permanent selection of objets nomades, the collection of designer travel and home-related objects that launched in 2012.