The luxury brand has unveiled 'Objets Nomades' at Design Miami, which includes 16 pieces created by 11 designers.

Louis Vuitton has introduced a collection of 16 travel-inspired furniture and accessories created by 11 designers. NYTimes reports that ‘Objets Nomades’ was launched at the luxury brand’s temporary store at Design Miami this week. There are pieces by many famous designers including Maarten Baas, Patricia Urquiola, Christian Liaigre, Edward Barber, Jay Osgerby, and Nendo’s Oki Sato.

The exclusive collection includes a folding travel desk with a leather top, a gold-plated hammock, a stool that unfolds like a flower, a solar-powered bell lamp, a petal-shaped neck cushion, and a beach chair that folds into an attaché-style case. Click through to see a selection of the designs:

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