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Louis Vuitton: Architecture and Interiors (Highlight) Hardcover – October 4, 2011
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"This book is iconic-fashion-brand-meets-interior-design eye candy, from architect blueprints to glowing displays. Go inside LV stores all over the world, like this luggage and wall of trunks at the London New Bond Street location." ~InStyle
"Fashion, interior design, and architecture merge into their own genre: a fusion of fantasy and innovation that more than deserves its own sumptuous tome." ~Vandm.com
"...a retrospective look at some of its most iconic spaces. Told through a series of photos, sketches, anecdotes and commentary from some of the brand’s most prominent architects..." ~LifeandTimes.com
About the Author
Mohsen Mostafavi is an architect and dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Frederic Edelmann has been the architecture critic for Le Monde since 1977. Ian Luna is an author and editor. Rafael Magrou is an architect, journalist, and curator based in Paris.
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I love LVMH in Asia & US,esp Vegas but not so much in Europe & East Europe where it stayed within its traditional intrepretation of department stores.
This book highlights several different international Louis Vuitton shops, and gives a wealth of information provided from the designers and architects themselves. There are rough sketches and floor plans of the boutiques, along with informative passages describing how they were built and designed. The pictures are glossy and stunning, and sure to leave you craving more Louis Vuitton. Even those who are not fans of the Louis Vuitton brand can appreciate the architectural information provided in this book.
The book itself is huge, bigger than even Vogue: The Covers. It should be noted that the cover of this book does not look like the picture. It is a monochrome, shiny silver. (Amanda)