LOUIS VUITTON

LOUIS VUITTON

Milano Rinascente | Italy

2015 | ID Peter Marino

The concept of the Louis Vuitton boutiques designed by Peter Marino envisioned the space as a museum display so that each single item could become an undisputed protagonist, acquiring the status of a piece of art that fascinates the visitor-buyer by involving him in a powerful sensorial experience.
Characteristic of this sophisticated concept, with a rather complex implementation process, is the use of anigre essence with various finishes, enhanced by the accurate use of the lighting and the combination with other precious materials: fabrics, leathers, and metals.
For the Maison Louis Vuitton, over the course of 10 years, Interna implemented turnkey more than thirty boutiques in different parts of the world, the most important ones located in Paris, Rome, Florence, Milan, Abu Dhabi, London, Dubai, Budapest, Wien, Hamburg, Saint-Tropez, Yekaterinburg, and Munich.
The images refer to the Louis Vuitton corner, implemented turn key in Milan, by La Rinascente, Dom Square.