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HERITAGE EXTENSION: The Stool by Atelier Oi has been snapped up by shoppers here.
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HERITAGE EXTENSION: The Ernest Bed, a modern nod to a foldable Bed-Trunk commissioned in 1880 by explorer Pierre de Brazza.
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HERITAGE EXTENSION: The Ernest Bed, a modern nod to a foldable Bed-Trunk commissioned in 1880 by explorer Pierre de Brazza (above).
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SLIM DESIGNS: Lounge Chair by Marcel Wanders (above) is among the complete Objets Nomades collection at Island Maison.
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'I loved the idea that the designer could propose the object he wanted to design; it becomes very personal and a serious commitment.' - French-born designer Gwenael Nicolas

Wanderlust inspirations

An extension of the brand's heritage of travel and collaborations, Louis Vuitton's Objets Nomades are collectibles to covet for any fan of traditional savoir-faire and contemporary design.
May 21, 2016 5:50 AM

EN ROUTE to the cosy exhibition of travel-inspired collectibles called Objets Nomades, one has to walk through an underwater passageway to reach the "Island Maison" of French luxury house Louis Vuitton at Marina Bay Sands (MBS). There, on display in this luxurious subterrenean corridor, is a