Playful Trend Design Project I Discover The New Louis Vuitton Store

Playful Trend Design

 

The playful trend design relies on bright spaces with cheerful pops of color. Today, Trendbook shares with you the latest London, Louis Vuitton interior design project from the iconic architect and designer Peter Marino.

 

Playful Trend Design

 

It’s been since 1994, Peter Marino has been working with Louis Vuitton, remodeling its stores with a contemporary design element, that only he can achieve.

And so is the remodel of the Louis Vuitton store at Bond Street, in London. It’s interior is filled with light woods, one the next season trends for interior design.

 

 

In addition, he has opted for creating differents spots of the store with pops of colors. Certainly a playful trend design project, using well-known chairs from Campana brothers designers. They are one of the highlights of the interior of the store.

 

Already made for Louis Vuitton, Campana Brothers have designed a Cocoon chair for the Louis Vuitton exhibition “Objects Nomades“, late presented at Milan Design Week 2019.

Playful Trend Design

Peter Marino says: “People feel cheered by color, and there is a direct relation between bright colors and sales”.

His vision is quite clear and right. People tend to react positively to playful, well-distributed colored spaces. This is why it’s going to be an interior design trend.

 

 

Other spotted elements, at this playful trend design project, is the use of tactile design. Another major interior design trend for the season 2020-2021, the use of mixed textures.

 

In conclusion of the New Bond Street, Louis Vuitton Store is right outside of the door. For certain, no one will pass by without recognizing the Louis Vuitton brand.

Playful Trend Design

Peter Marino has created a sort of a color explosion at the entrance, almost like a pop-art color explosion with Louis Vuitton monograms in it.

Photos: credits to the owners/© Stephane Muratet

 

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