Luxury Paris boutiques collaborate with architects to elevate space

Tim White-Sobieski at Maison Louis Vuitton
Katell Pouliquen, L'Express, 26 Jun 2006
The Maison Louis Vuitton, a luxurious cathedral by Eric Carlson, transforms architecture into haute couture. The grand space includes all handmade objects including works commissioned by several artists. Wall monograms by Peter Marino, a painting by James Turrell, and a fiber optic screen by the videographer Tim White-Sobieski exemplify the store’s endeavor in fusing art and fashion.