Jean Marc Gady laid out an ephemeral open air terrace looking across the bay of Kowloon to launch the new Louis Vuitton store there. His ephemeral architecture was articulated by a gigantic bar that ran from inside to outside, to give guests the benefit of the superb panorama.
As night fell, the Louis Vuitton logo signed the skyline in gold neon, like a hyper chic tag.
Photos credits : Photothèque LV
Jean Marc Gady, designer, born in Paris in 1971, graduated from the Ecole Bleue in 1997. Gady proposes a style in which elegance and humour are ever present. He has been awarded several VIA permanent call project grants and works in a broad field that includes scenography, design and interior architecture. His references include LOUIS VUITTON, APPLE computers, BACCARAT, MOET & CHANDON, CHRISTOFLE, SEPHORA, LIGNE ROSET, LIV’IT, GUERLAIN. Jean-Marc Gady was art director for LOUIS VUITTON showcases and events from 2002 to 2006. Recently he set up his own creation office.
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