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THE PROVENCE GUEST HOUSE OF PIERRE YOVANOVITCH

 

THE PROVENCE GUEST HOUSE OF PIERRE YOVANOVITCH


IMAGE SOURCE | AD FRANCE

PHOTOGRAPHER | ALEXIS ARMANET

QUOTE | R & R COMPANY

WORDS | KARA TOWN



The Provence guest house of interior designer Pierre Yovanovitch is a wonderful example of his “… mastery of volume and proportions and his unparalleled ability to restructure historic spaces to fit a contemporary lifestyle.” It is, after all, Yovanovitch’s greatest asset as a designer. Alongside his unique ability to pair his own designs with vintage furniture of both American and Scandinavian origins with contemporary art, both collected and commissioned from established and emerging artists, Yovanovitch’s signature use of desaturated colour, of varying degrees, combined with his reverent use of texture and patina, is what creates the “…refined yet unpretentious setting” that has become synonymous with Yovanovitch’s name.


 
INTERIOR, DESIGNKara Town