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Louis Vuitton’s Ribbon Dance by Andre Fu

Louis Vuitton Ribbon Dance

Created in 2012, the Objets Nomades collection keeps Louis Vuitton’s long tradition of beautifully crafted travel objects alive. Some of the world’s most renowned designers have since imagined stunning travel-inspired Objets, which have then been created by Louis Vuitton.
Recently, in the Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades series exhibition held at Pedder Building in Central, Hong Kong, internationally renowned architect Andre Fu was not only responsible for creating the venue for this exhibition, but also for the first time exhibited his new works designed for this series.

Louis Vuitton Ribbon Dance

Fu integrated the classic modern style with his own unique and elegant aesthetics, emphasizing the interactive relationship between man and space, presenting a wonderful piece called Ribbon Dance.
When designing the Ribbon Dance double chair, Fu was thinking about the fact that more and more people spend a lot of time in work, life and other daily tasks but rarely communicate with others.

Louis Vuitton Ribbon Dance

Even two people who are closely related may spend less time chatting face to face. So, he has been thinking about it. It’s probably a good starting point to assume that there is a space and a piece of furniture that can help two people form a space of close contact with each other.

Louis Vuitton Ribbon Dance

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Written by Slamchica

Aleksandra Arsenovic graduated with a degree in economics and has a master degree in tourism. Since she worked as a travel agent, she has traveled around the world and developed an interest in luxurious hotels and exotic destinations. As a big fashion fan, Aleksandra loves expensive and luxury fashion items. As an editor of Extravaganzi she shares her knowledge about travels, fashion and accessories.

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