Louis Vuitton and its parent company LVMH have unveiled what could turn out to be the bible of those who are into architecture and interiors. Louis Vuitton – Architecture and Interiors has about 304 glossy pages and revisits some of the most memorable sketches, blueprints, and mock-ups by Louis Vuitton in history. Some of the prominent architects featured in the book are Peter Marino, Christian de Portzamparc, Jun Aoki and others.
The books will cost a mere $85 and if you choose to get the 3 monogrammed fabric slipcases in gold, silver, and copper you will have to spend $130. The books shall be published by publishing house Rizzoli in October 1st and they would be available at Louis Vuitton retail locations. I would say, these books are essential to anyone who wants to learn about luxury books and architecture and how these two can be experienced in the way we dress up our houses.
Of course, there is nothing better than going ahead and getting a book like this in order to make sure that you have the best of information in the fields of architecture and interior deigning, but one also needs to remember that LVMH is the most important luxury house which has almost begun to claim a huge share in Hermes shares as well. The business acumen, the creative insight and a flair for luxury has kept LVMH alive for more than a century. So go ahead, and try to get a copy of this book even if you think you may not need the book.