In response to the latest press release released by the Louis voitton, the firm has been working for the last 8 years in what they themselves have baptized as'Nomadic objects'. Thanks to this program, it has been sought that designers from all over the planet can create articles that serve to accompany us on our trips, something that is essential for a company whose origin lies in the manufacture of suitcases.
Due to all these years in which the project has been underway, it has been achieved that designers as recognized worldwide as Patricia Urquiola, Nendo, Raw Edges and the Brazilians Fernando and Humberto Campana, two brothers who today are considered as the most renowned Latin American designers on the international scene and who in turn are responsible for ideas such as Cocoon, the seat printed in 3D that you can see in this same post.
Cocoon, a chair made by 3D printing using materials such as fiberglass, resin and fine leather
As we said, the first job in which the Campana brothers have collaborated with the Louis Voitton brand It has been the chair that today is the star of HWLibre and is known by the name of Cocoon. This chair stands out, in addition to its interesting design, for having been manufactured using 3D printing technologies and materials such as resin, fiberglass and fine leather.
As a detail, tell you something that will surely interest you, especially if you are interested in getting one or more of these Cocoon chairs and this chair is so special, precisely due to its design and that it will be manufactured in the form of a small, very limited edition. in terms of number of units, it will be priced at no less than 60.000 euros.