With his interiors and furniture design regularly gracing the pages of Architectural Digest, T Magazine, Elle Decor, Wallpaper*, and more, French interior-architect Pierre Yovanovitch has cemented his status as one of his generation’s most in-demand talents. The designer’s highly anticipated first book explores his refined yet subtle style and signature haute couture aesthetic through an array of extraordinary interiors.
Specially commissioned photographs take readers on a journey across the globe to discover Yovanovitch’s unique style rooted in pared-back refinement. Stunning private residences in New York, Paris, London, Tel Aviv, and the Swiss Alps underscore Yovanovitch’s mastery of volume tempered by strict lines, as well as his use of authentic materials including wood, stone, and metal. Known for his ability to re-envision centuries-old spaces into modernised demeures, Yovanovitch’s expertise shines through in a seventeenth-century chateau in Provence, as well as a renovation of the Patinoire Royale in Brussels, a skating rink converted into a private contemporary-art museum. This ode to Yovanovitch’s work is a necessary addition to design libraries of industry masters and aficionados alike.
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Pierre Yovanovitch is a Paris-based interior architect who founded his practice in 2001. Renowned for global projects spanning the residential, hospitality, and commercial spheres, his clients include Christian Louboutin, the Pinault family, the Kering group, and top contemporary-art collectors. His first studio outside Paris opened in New York in 2018.
Olivier Gabet is the director of the Musee des Arts Decoratifs in Paris.
Claire Tabouret is a French artist living and working in Los Angeles.