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Zaha Hadid Architects | Luis Vuitton Icone Bag

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The opportunities of reinterpretation of the iconic LV Bucket bag lead us to refl ect on its condition as a generic container.

© Werner Huthmacher

The combination of a series of formal operations (extrusion, distortion, peeling and slicing) and the selection of materials, created a family of differentiated bags, hybrid crossings between traditional bag typologies, i.e. pochette and clutch, and the bucket.

© Werner Huthmacher

Clustering the bags generated a series of possible relations between the different buckets, the containers and the contained, which allowed for its parts to be interchangeable under one coherent composition.

© Werner Huthmacher

The possibility of different combinations of containers, buckets, triggers a playful and interactive relationship with the user, allowing for a customization of the bucket’s form and program to each occasion.

© Werner Huthmacher

Architect: Zaha Hadid Architects
Design: Zaha Hadid and Patrik Schumacher
Project Designer: Ana M. Cajiao
Design Team: Muthahar Khan
Client: Louis Vuitton Malletier
Year: 2006
Photographer: Werner Huthmacher
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