The luxury fashion brand Louis Vuitton has recently unveiled its newly renovated Maison flagship store in Hong Kong. Revamped by the famous american architect Peter Marino, the boutique store is located at the renowned 5 Canton Road, and it was firstly was opened in 1994.
Peter Marino, who has designed Louis Vuitton stores in London and Los Angeles, led the three-floor redesign of the store with a new façade and an interior makeover. One of the floors is entirely dedicated to The Art of Travel, celebrating the spirit of adventure where the iconic trunk can be personalized with and hotstamping service with unique patterns.
Finest craftsmanship, technical and innovation can be seen thru the highest quality materials and paying utmost attention to finishing refined touches. And, of course, products from different styles have been carefully selected in celebration of its 5 Canton Road revamp.
To improve the luxury interior design feeling, yet always functional, Louis Vuitton boutique store exhibits some of the best design products by famous designers, such as: the lounge Chair by Marcel Wanders, a cocoon swinging chair by the Campana Brothers, and a folding stool by Atelier Oi.
Always keeping in mind the exclusive shopping experience, the Canton Road boutique holds many luxuries that certainly suits the renovation aesthetic, from historical artefacts to limited edition items.
The architect is the Principal of Peter Marino Architect PLLC, the New York-based architecture firm he founded in 1978. He is known worldwide for his work in the private residences of great names in fashion and art (like Andy Warhol), as well as in large famous brands such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel or Ermenegildo Zegna among others.
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