Twelve stunning crystal candle crown the Fondation Louis Vuitton, a gift that Bernard Arnault wants to give to Paris with the Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry, famous in Spain for the iconic Guggenheim in Bilbao.
In the countryside of Bois de Boulogne, the building has been adapted to the environment, which includes forests and gardens, while at the same time wisely plays with light and its reflection.
Covering an area of 846 hectares, the Bois de Boulogne has 28 miles of dirt roads and 15 miles of bike paths and known waterfalls and numerous lakes, streams and ponds that have been the delight of many Parisians since mid nineteenth century.
The new Louis Vuitton Foundation revolutionizes the use of glass to give life to a light, bright and moving building; designed to blend harmoniously with historic park and accommodate exceptional works of art. Because the purpose of this Benard Arnault great idea is encourage international artistic creation at its best.