contemporary architecture

Architect Antti Lovag refers to his radical approach to architecture as habitologie. His unique approach was clearly demonstrated when he designed the Palais Bulles. Originally designed for the Pierre Bernard and was later sold to designer Pierre Cardin.

Palais Bulles, which literally means Bubble Palace, is a 1200 square meter bubble inspired villa located on the edge of the Mediterranean Sea in Theoule-sur-Mer in the Massif de l’Esterel. The house is composed of a reception hall, panoramic lounge, suites, swimming pool, garden and an open amphitheater.

Everything is spherical in this structure, from floor to ceiling and wall to wall. These feminine forms extend into the design with custom designed furniture to fit harmoniously architecture by contemporary artists. This house sculpture ocher fits perfectly into the site and blends with the color of the Esterel hills overlooking the sea and dotting the terraces, swimming pools, ponds and fountains.

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Antti Lovag website.

 

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