In the 2017 AD100 list of the world’s renowned names in the interior design and architecture industry, we find Pierre Yovanovitch, a Paris-based designer with an undeniable expertise in mixing modern and vintage details. The famous interior designer brings to the world of interior design and decoration what the magazine AD France states as a new style “Made in France”: bringing together the best of French artisanal know-how while staying tuned into foreign talents and influences. Find below some of his best projects that will certainly impress you!
Yovanovitch is best known for his dazzling residential projects, including his own knockout homes in Paris (which have been featured in Architectural Digest and the New York Times’s T, among other magazines) and in the Haut-Var region of Provence, where he has masterminded a subtle update of a 17th-century château.
Harmonious volumes and clean lines confer sobriety and strength to Yovanovitch’s interior architectures. His taste for authentic materials (marble, bronze, metal, ceramic, wood and stone), and his subtle plays of light which include sculptural hollowed out ceilings with integrated lighting.
The designer has shot up to the top of the French decorating firmament with a style that allies pure lines and noble, tactile materials. In constant evolution, Pierre Yovanovitch’s style remains committed to a purist vision of interior architecture: an elegant and sober approach bound to a real understanding of today’s lifestyle and love of comfort.
In his schemes, off-white walls and neutral tones blend and contrast with both pale and dark woods. Minimalist interiors are set with exceptional Scandinavian Art Deco and European and American mid-century furniture and design.
Yovanovitch’s artful geometric treatments of grand entrance halls, staircases, floors and ceilings are especially stunning. He is equally adept with simpler spaces, like the living room we see above.
Sobriety, balance, comfort and modernity are his key words. The ultimate perfectionist, Pierre Yovanovitch conceives each project as a work of art. That’s why his projects bring interior design inspiration for so many people around the world and his clientele goes from Christian Louboutin to the Pinault family.
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