In this Friday (17) I had the opportunity to meet the Foundation Louis Vuitton in one of the noble districts of Paris and today I came here to tell you all about the place for you!
Located in a water garden designed only to receive the structure, the Jardin d’Acclimatation, the Louis Vuitton Foundation, or Louis Vuitton Foundation, is one of the modern architectures that most enchanted me the whole time I travel.
The Louis Vuitton Foundation was designed by the famous architect Frank Gehry in 2014 and today houses important exhibitions in Paris, and can also be used for conventions and events, for having a hall for various activities.
Frank Gehry wanted to take inspiration from the sails of a boat to build the building, so it is surrounded by water and has wooden structures (candles) that hold the plates and glass blocks of the FLV.
The glasses were placed so that whoever looks reminds of interlocking icebergs and, if you notice, during the day according to the position of the light they reflect the water, the sky, and the garden. A splendid sight!
The FLV has an entrance hall where you find a restaurant and bookstore very cozy, and there is also located the event room quoted above.
Going up the floors I wandered from gallery to gallery, where artworks are exhibited. It is also possible to climb the external stairs, which lead you to the Foundation’s terrace, or a garden roof. From there the view is incredible, you can not put aside this climb.
Although it is little known yet, because it is a modern and new architecture, it is well worth the visit to the Louis Vuitton Foundation. It is a place with few tourists and a precious one in one of the noble, and remote, quarters of Paris.
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