The Louis Vuitton Foundation, a new centre for art and culture

The Louis Vuitton Foundation, a new centre for art and culture

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The Fondation Louis Vuitton was opened to the public on October 27th, 2014. With its stunning architecture a hallmark of 21st century design, this exceptional building has become a symbol of the cultural eminence of France.


The amazing architecture of Frank Gehry

The renowned architect Frank Gehry, an innovative visionary, has made a great contribution to the cultural and artistic history of France. It began with sketches and models, and the end result is this daring and iconic realisation of a dream. The design is amazing, stimulating the imagination of anyone who gazes upon it. The architect wanted to evoke the feel of a sailing ship amidst the greenery, and he has certainly succeeded. After assurances that the design would fit in perfectly with its verdant surroundings, the steel skeleton of the building arose in 2011. By the spring of 2014, this towering achievement was completed. Now a unique and creative masterpiece situated in the Bois de Boulogne awaits your visit, offering a variety of artistic events to brighten your summer agenda.


A new platform for the promotion of artistic creation

Since its opening, the Louis Vuitton Foundation has hosted various cultural activities, including musical concerts, retrospectives, presentations and exhibitions. Major artists such as Seiji Ozawa have exhibited, performed and presented works from the simplest to the most complex. With 11 exhibition galleries, a 1000 seat auditorium, museum spaces, a restaurant and a bookstore, there’s plenty of space to welcome visitors from all around the world. So don’t miss out, come and attend the cultural programmes offered by the Louis Vuitton Foundation.

To ensure you keep this essential appointment, make a reservation at the Hotel les Bulles de Paris. Located within easy reach of this fabulous new institution, we offer a pleasant stay rich in artistic, cultural and architectural discoveries.


Photo credits : Jean-Pierre Dalbéra