Back in 1854 a guy named Louis figured out it was a good idea to create flat trunks, because they stack nicely. If only he could have imagined what he had started. Nowadays brilliant books are published on the architectural splendor and unique interiors that can be found all over the world. Basically every relevant city has a mind-blowing Louis Vuitton building. Or should we say, a city is relevant the moment it has a Louis Vuitton building? One thing never changes: no matter how impressive the building, no matter how luxurious the interior, there’s always that leading role for that bulky stackable trunk. Well done, Louis.
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