Check Out Louis Vuitton’s Brand-New Osaka Midosuji Boutique Store ⇒ The luxury brand’s latest venture promises to become one of the best destinations in boutique design
Louis Vuitton is always trending no matter the industry, from fashion to design, the renowned luxury brand keeps reinventing itself by expanding its repertoire. As of recent, the brand is set to open a new Osaka Midosuji boutique in Japan. The astonishing four-floor project was conceived in collaboration with architects Jun Aoki and Peter Marino, who have already worked with Louis Vuitton on multiple occasions. Today, we take a look at all the phenomenal spaces and characteristics that will make up the store which is bound to become a trendy boutique destination!
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The interiors of the store have a nautical theme to it, having influences from ships and yachts. Jun Aoki grants a pure, light and airy vibe by using a white palette as well as introducing metal motifs, inspired by the classic Higaki-Kaisen cargo ship. Peter Marino combined maritime aesthetics with traditional Japanese culture. The architect used wooden floors, wood-clad pillars, and metal ceilings so as to resemble a ship or yacht deck. Throughout the store, you can also find a series of artworks that were either chosen or commissioned by Marino himself.
Besides fashion items and clothing, the store also highlights a wide variety of Louis Vuitton’s designs, including the Cocoon and Bomboca sofa by Fernando & Humberto Campana and multiple pieces by Tokujin Yoshioka, all from the brand’s Objets Nomades collection.
Two of the main attractions of the boutique store will be the Le Café V, the first-ever Louis Vuitton Café that will also boast a generous terrace and bar, and the Sugalabo V restaurant that provides an intimate dining experience for only a selected few. Both spaces will have curated menus prepared by renowned chef Yosuke Suga.
The architecture and interior design of the restaurant present nautical details matching the design of the boutique and thus offering a sense of continuity between spaces.
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Source: Haute Living