Louis Vuitton Louis Vuitton has always been my favorite luxury brand bag. This brand bag, with a low-key luxury, this time around their brand foundation, more eye-opening.
It hides the works of many world-famous painters, including the authentic works of a large number of painters such as Monet and Van Gogh. It is very worth visiting, and it is free.
The Louis Vuitton Foundation in Paris is a very beautiful memorial. It houses the paintings of world-famous painters collected by the Louis Vuitton family. It is really precious. There are also many very creative design works. It is worthy of everyone. Come visit.
Located in the center of Paris, France, the Louis Vuitton Foundation is a good place to visit various Louis Vuitton exhibits. If you are interested in this piece, you can spend half a day taking a good look.
A little out of the way but the Louis Vuitton Foudation is both a great museum AND an incredible architecture.Was built in 2012 and is very interesting
the newest of museums in Paris built by the Foundation of Bernard Arnaud, owner of LVMH (Louis Vuitton, Dior, and pretty much half of the French luxury brands). small and not too overwhelming. 2 hours will suffice.
Designed by Canadian architect Frank Gehry, the glass panel museum commissioned by Mr. Arnault(Chairman of LVMH) opened it's doors in October 2014, and it is a sight worth seeing - at least from the outside. Located just on the west outskirts of Paris and easily accessible by metro (M1 Les Sablons) or the foundation's shuttle (1€), the stunning 3,600 panels of glass structure is a striking modern touch to the old French city. But the queue to the entrance is painfully long, and I recommend you only make it if you're a contemporary arts fanatic and care about the current expositions being showcased. The sight to marvel at is the building itself anyway. Since the museum is private, there are no free entries except for children under 3. Tickets cost €14, €10 for 26 year olds and under, €5 for 18 and under, and €32 for a family offer. Museum is open everyday.
Worth a visit to this new museum/gallery space - architecturally it is awe-inspiring and offers great views of the CBD and Eiffel Tower.
The Location: Metro #1, Exit "Les Sablons". About 10 minutes walk from the metro station. But once you exit, there are clear sign directing you to the museum. The Admission: 14 euro An incredible boat floating above the ground, the Fondation Louis Vuitton designed by Frank Gehry. LOVE LOVE LOVE this contemporary design. Such unique architecture!!!There are 11 galleries, auditorium, restaurant and library. You can enjoy panoramic views from the building's different terraces.