Louis Vuitton cloud is a figurative, cartoon-like interpretation of the LV flower pattern (interlocking circles). Each cloud puff is built of 5 to 7 layers of glass with circle pattern printed in white. Clouds form occasional LV flower logo, appearing out of intersection of two layers. Each cloud is approx. 3 meters long. Originally designed for LV Shanghai.
Louis Vuitton lace is based on the traditional LV flower pattern. Interlocking circles form two shapes: a petal (a lozenge-shape) and a diamond (rhombus). The lace pattern was developed based on a simple principle: a grid, where each point can receive either a diamond or four petals. The pattern is produced algorithmically using random numbers, resulting in an endless pattern with infinite possibilities. The lace pattern was used for a back-lit wall for LV vitrines and feature displays, and recently on the cover of Louis Vuitton Architecture and Interiors.