Sail Into a Louis Vuitton Cafe in Osaka Japan
French fashion powerhouse Louis Vuitton already established its name towards the luxurious world of fashion. And now, it’s making its name towards the world of fine dining. Le Café V and Sugalabo V are now venturing towards the culinary and architectural waters.
The Louis Vuitton Maison Osaka Midosuji project gives the building a feel of a traditional Japanese cargo ship to celebrate Osaka’s sea-faring history. Osaka is Japan’s most important port. The store is designed to bathe in natural daylight as the building opens out to the city to breathe its distinctive energy.
For the Maison Osaka Midosuji project, Jun Aoki and Peter Marino worked together to make this Hagaki-Kaisen cargo vessel inspired a dream come true. The Maison’s facade resembles a floating ship while wooden floors, wood-clad pillar, and metal ceilings are installed in the interior that is meant to evoke the feeling of floating along on a yacht.
Composed of over four floors, the style that has made the trunkmaker renowned around the world blended harmoniously with Japan’s conventional materials such as woodwork and origami washi paper. Vast spaces are worked in subtle contrasts to elegantly marry spectacular halls with intimate spaces.
On the top floor, Le Café V boasts a spacious terrace bar that is open from day to night. For this upscale environment, only selected patrons per evening are given a chance for this intimate dining experience.
This is the Japanese haven of the American coffee.
Dream about a seaside trip in Osaka with Le Café V’s Cocoon Room. A restaurant with a nautical theme won’t be complete without an area where people would just be laid back and get to know each other in a more intimate way.
To provide a sense of continuity, Monogram-inspired charger plates are installed on the cocktail bar by Louis Vuitton Objects Nomades designer Tokujin Yoshioka are used.
Proposing a unique dining experience, Suglabo V Restaurant will just seat a selected number of guests per evening. The set up is to make the guests watch the preparation process since after all, Yasuke Suga will be the one to complete your luxurious dining experience.
You have heard Breakfast at Tiffany’s, how about a dinner at Louis Vuitton?
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