Objets of Our Affection

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Louis Vuitton’s unique traveling furniture collection, Objets Nomades, has landed at its Galleria boutique. The line by the famed fashion house boasts collectible and limited-edition pieces crafted from beautiful materials with a nod to composition and balance.


Items range from the practical — a leather “belt” chair by Atelier Oi is sleek — to the whimsical, as in a jewel-toned hammock or the bulbous Bomboca sofa that almost looks like a cartoon. But the craftsmanship is evident throughout the entire collection. Designer Patricia Urquiola’s Palaver chair is a stunning two-piece seat made from wood and a net-like leather seat.

The Objet Nomades furniture collection is on view, with items available for purchase and special-order, through March 7. In the Galleria, 713.960.0707

AT TOP: Bomboca Sofa by Campana Brothers

Totem Floral by Damien Langlois
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