The Louis Vuitton-Carnavalet is a scenography exhibition by which Jean Marc Gady has found a way to demonstrate the skill of an interior designer. In this concept, the exhibits are the protagonists of the story hence the approach of staging.
It is primarily to bring the spotlight on the rarity and beauty of the exhibits in the museum. Jean Marc Gady has captured the moment relating to the object being exhibited by making sure that it gets all the attention it deserves.
Clad in white, the exhibit has the transparency that comes in conjunction to both the history of Louis Vuitton and Paris. The concept seems to follow a journey of discovery showcasing the different objects while telling a subtle story about them.
Jean Marc Gady designed the scenography in order to demonstrate the story of the objects that may not be known to most people yet the design lets you wander off with your own imagination. It brings the guests into different worlds and while they wander behind the luxurious scenes they would get to know the value of each item being exhibited.
There are five giant lanterns that were clad with graphics created by Franco-Taiwanese artist named Michael Lin. The doors are inspired by the Monogram flowers of Louis Vuitton hence their shape and the garden doors are Asian inspired. Guests could enjoy a great performance course while the lanterns would be lifted.
Posted by JackieAzuela at 25 April, 2012