Module H by Shigeru Ban Joins Forces With Hermès to Create Home De

By: Kevin Young - Published: Apr 26, 2012 • References: shigerubanarchitects & designboom
Module H by Shigeru Ban is a collaboration design project with the ostentatious French Brand Hermès.

The project pertains to a partition system for Hermès' home furnishing collection showcased at Milan Design Week 2012. Japanese architect Shigeru Ban intertwines fashion and home design with an eye-illusory 'H' design effect. The screen is made entirely of aluminum panels that will style any interior space or act as a stylish cover for existing walls.

The signature 'H' of Hermès is assembled into a repetitive pattern that is now iconic. The luxurious partition wall can accommodate hanging fixtures that can act as enhancements; leather squares similar to the colors of the Hermès' fashion collection can be upholstered onto the wall.

Module H by Shigeru Ban demonstrates well-crafted designs in the collaboration between architecture and luxury fashion.

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