A great brand like Louis Vuitton had to be associated with a great architect. And that’s pretty much the story of how in 2015 both Louis Vuitton and architect Peter Marino teamed up to build their new Rodeo Drive store, that ended up being awarded the ‘City of Beverly Hills Architectural Award 2015 – Large Retail’.
This project is perfect because it combines two things that we absolutely love: luxury brands and incredible architects. So we had to talk about it and, in case you haven’t had the opportunity to see it, show you how gorgeous this not-so-conventional-store turned out. Keep scrolling!
Located in the busy shopping center that is Rodeo Drive, in California, Louis Vuitton’s store definitely does not go unnoticed. Peter Marino did an excellent job taking advantage of its surroundings to create a modern and eclectic structure that takes all the attentions to any casual passer-by.
Inside, we’re immediately taken aback by the greatness of it all. It’s contemporary, it’s modern, it’s sophisticated.
On the second floor, there’s an outside space where customers can enjoy a stunning view over the city of angels, where Palm trees are everywhere and contemporary design and architecture take it to the next level.
At night, Peter Marino’s work becomes even more beautiful, with the inside light coming through the glass structure, creating a stunning effect that comes to reaffirm the building as the unique architectural project it is. See below the front view and be amazed!
Photos © Stephane Muratet and Paul Warchol
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