Pierre Yovanovitch started his career in the world of fashion with Pierre Cardin for whom he designed the menswear collections. This experience helped him develop a distinct taste for geometrical design, beautiful materials and an acute eye for detail.
Since 2001 Yovanovitch has made his mark worldwide through highly prestigious design projects that eloquently express his ‘Made in France’ style where solid underpinnings of extreme luxury back up a purist vision of interior architecture.
Indifferent to the dictates of passing fads and trends, Pierre Yovanovitch delivers imposing design projects that persuade by the strength of their soundly conceived architectural presence that gracefully avoids both complication and ostentation.
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From a five-star hotel in the heart of Paris, to a seventeenth century chateau in Provence, to an ultra-modern residence in Luxembourg, to the scenography of international expositions, each project is adapted to its specific site and realized as a wholly original, unique design in lock step with the characteristics of personality and life style of the client.
CHÂTEAU IN PROVENCE
PLACE DES TERNES
MUSEUM LA PATINOIRE ROYALE
OPENING SPRING 2015
SCENOGRAPHIE GALERIE NEUSE
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Harmonious volumes and clean lines drawn by the hand of a master confer sobriety and strength to Yovanovitch’s interior architectures all softened by subtle plays of light and informed choices of authentic materials – wood, stone, marble, metal.
Floors, doors, lighting, furniture are custom designed and made by master artisans. The selection of eclectic art objects, be they American, Swedish or French, participate in the same (haute couture) approach to design.
Intuitive and perfectionist, Pierre Yovanovitch applies a rigorous aesthetic to the research he follows throughout each of his creations. He draws and outlines with exemplary clarity the contours of an elegant and contemporary style that is the convincing voice of the new and in French creation.
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