Louis Vuitton Building
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Louis Vuitton Building information
For several years running, the Japanese have had something of a love affair with Louis Vuitton , which is why this flagship store is usually packed wall-to-wall with shoppers. Meant to evoke a stack of clothes trunks, Aoki Jun’s design features offset panels of tinted glass behind sheets of metal mesh of varying patterns.