Since 2001 Pierre 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.
From a five-star hotel in the heart of Paris, to a seventeenth century chateau in Provence, to an ultra-modern residence in New York, 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.
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.
Top Project: Christian Louboutin Beauty Store
The bottle is the central focus of Louboutin’s first beauty boutique, and fittingly it was the brand’s 100th, just unveiled in the 19th century Passage Vero-Dodat. It was important for the designer to house the new concept store in this beautiful Parisian galleries, as it is the home of both his first women’s and men’s flagship boutiques, opened in 1991 and 2011 respectively. Louboutin describes the thoroughly unique space as a “small shop or a big shrine, but completely dedicated to beauty.”
With the façade registered as a historical landmark, Christian Louboutin collaborated with renowned interior architect Pierre Yovanovitch on the boutique’s intricate design. “When Christian reached out to me, we worked together on a global aesthetic concept. He showed me this faceted nail color bottle crowned with this black spear cap of galactic proportions. I immediately thought it would be compelling to establish a contemporary space, amidst this very historical Parisian passage, with design codes that redefine the new aesthetic approach of beauty so dear to Christian Louboutin,” said Yovanovitch.
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