Louis Vuitton Store by Peter Marino, London Bond Street

June 14th, 2011 by retail design blog

It has been the talk of the town all week, so you can imagine how excited the Publisher and I were when we got our invites to a sneak peak of the new Peter Marino designed Louis Vuitton maison on Bond Street. The new 1,500 sq m premises, compromises of the old LV and old Donna Karan store on bond street, which all makes the new maison the largest brand store in London, as well as the most expensive (£30 million).

Interior:

Window Instillations:

Exterior:

http://www.sasareport.co.uk/wordpress/2010/05/28/the-new-bond-street-louis-vuitton-store/

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