The art of travel, it’s something Louis Vuitton is known for, so when the brand comes together with innovative designers to produce a collection of travel-inspired objects called The Objets Nomades, we pay attention.

First launched back in 2012, this series of furniture and objects carry the same adventurous and explorative spirit as the house, re-interpreted into functional yet contemporary pieces.

This year, Objet Nomades has returned in the Fuorisalone 2019 at Milan Design Week with ten new designs to add to the extensive collection. Two of which, the enigmatic Anemona table and intricate Mandala screen, are by newly welcomed design studios: Atelier Biagetti and Zanetello/Bortotto respectively.

The collection was also presented alongside the prize-winning architect, Shigeru Ban’s Temporary Paper Structure. Built from recycled paper tubes and inspired by a post-natural-disaster focus on easy constructing and dismantling, the chic and eco-friendly structure is the latest addition to Louis Vuitton’s showcases of nomadic architecture.