Prepare to be amazed, as Louis Vuitton unleashes a thrilling spectacle of creativity and innovation at Milan Design Week 2023. This year, the prestigious fashion house is showcasing 11 new Nomadic Objects crafted by the likes of Atelier Oï, Raw Edges, Atelier Biagetti, Marcel Wanders, Zanellato/Bortotto, Studio Louis Vuitton, and the Campana brothers. This ingenious and functional furniture and objects will be on full display in a specially designed space at the historic Palazzo Serbelloni.


Atelier Oï, who previously contributed to the first collection in 2012, is bringing four new objects to the table, including a breathtaking leather and light sculpture named Chandelier, an impressive decorative piece inspired by the flight of birds called Quetzal, a mesmerizing pendant lamp that celebrates the beauty of light called Piva, and the Origami Bowls, an ingeniously designed practical object that boasts a mutable three-dimensional shape.


In addition, London-based designers Raw Edges have created the sculptural and imposing Binda armchair and sofa, while Atelier Biagetti’s Flower Tower lamp will mesmerize with its 15 resplendent glass bubbles in the shape of a flower.


Marcel Wanders’ Capeline lamp creates a soft bath of diffused light with its three soft halos of frosted glass, while Italian designers Zanellato/Bortotto’s Basket Table is a striking honeycomb-patterned metal base topped with a reflective glazed lava stone top and three interlocking horizontal bands of leather.


Studio Louis Vuitton’s Flower Carafe and Twist Glass, crafted by Venetian artisans, are flowing shapes based on the Monogram flower, while new marble and aluminum Bookends are perfect for mixing and matching.

The Campana brothers’ classic Cocoon hanging chair has been transformed into a dazzling Disco Ball edition, while Brazilian designers have given the playful Bomboca sofa a new metallic sculpture effect.

Cabinet of Curiosities by Marc-Newson

But that’s not all! Louis Vuitton is also unveiling a new masterpiece at Milan Design Week, the Cabinet of Curiosities by the acclaimed Australian designer Marc Newson. This mysterious cabinet is a reinterpretation of the classic Louis Vuitton trunk, with an exterior in Monogram canvas and an interior featuring 19 metal cubes lined in leather, 8 of which boast secret compartments to store your valuables.

This limited edition of 40 pieces is a testament to both the heritage and savoir-faire of Louis Vuitton and the designer’s love of intelligent style and functionality. With 3 sizes of drawers and their availability in 3 colors, the chest is a portable curio cabinet with endless possibilities for customization.

Prepare yourself for a spectacle of exceptional design at the Palazzo Serbelloni, Corso Venezia 16, Milan, from April 17th to 23rd, 2023, where Louis Vuitton’s latest Nomadic Objects, Marc Newson’s Cabinet of Curiosities, and Marc Fornes’ stunning pavilion will be on display.