Louis Vuitton has announced its plans to release Louis Vuitton: Architecture & Interior, a new book that showcases the foundations and structures of its worldwide stores. Highlighting everything from its window displays to its bag bars, the 304-page book will feature 300 illustrations including previously unpublished architect’s sketches and interviews with Peter Marino, Christian de Portzamparc and Jun Aoki. The title is set to be published on October 1 by Rizzoli and Editions de La Martinière and will be printed in two versions including a standard edition priced at $85 USD and a limited edition version matched with three monogrammed fabric slipcases priced at $130 USD.
Architect: Daniel Libeskind
Designed by by Michael Young. HK already has an amazing skyline and this surface changing tower will be a great addition. It will also be a good sign if it actually goes up that the economic recovery is real, at least in certain part of the world.
A skillfully created illusion of scale and mass allows this large residence and office settle in its stark environment on the Swiss banks of Lake Geneva, off the Route de Lausanne.
Cape Town, South Africa-based SAOTA – Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects designed this residence for a prestigious African client. The interior was created by SAOTA’s interior design and decor division, Antoni Associates. The project was completed in January 2010.