Pierre Yovanovitch, the famous architect and interior designer has released his first furniture brand, a 45-piece collection that includes seating, lighting, tables, and accessories. After years of designing custom pieces for his clients and projects, Pierre Yovanovitch Mobilier is going to be released on his firm’s 20th anniversary, and luckily Design Limited Edition is here to tell you everything about this exclusive furniture collection.
This news might bring to mind the designer’s past works in furniture design, he had already launched two limited-edition collections, called Oops and Love, launched through R & Company. His bespoke furnishings are most of the time the stars of his outstanding projects, combining luxe materials, quality craftsmanship, and this furniture collection is no exception!
Creating custom furniture and lighting works has been an integral part of my design process since starting my practice in 2001. These works started as a way for me to ensure the design elements of a client’s interior were of the highest quality and were completely unique to space, though the pieces I created quickly evolved into a form of creative expression in and of itself.Pierre Yovanovitch
To create this bespoke collection, the designer worked with some of the finest names in the world of arts and crafts, such as the ceramicist Armelle Benoit, woodworker Pierre-Eloi Bris, upholstery studio Jouffre, and metalworkers at Fonderie Fusions. These collaborations aren’t new, as these people had remained very much involved in his creative process through ut the years.
Pierre Yovanocitch’s furniture is also a celebration of the French style, that inspires his acclaimed interiors. Sustainability is another important aspect of his work: supporting artisanal production helps ensure that generation knowledge does not fade away in the age of automation. The concern with material sustainability is also equally important, the new brand uses local woods from eco-certified forests, natural fibers, and organic solvents. And finally, all the pieces are made to last.
Well-crafted design looks effortless, but it’s a labor of love for all involved in its production.Pierre Yovanovitch
Pierre Yovanovitch also intends to open soon his first by-appointment showroom, located in an 18th-century building in Paris, focusing on the brand new Pierre Yovanovitch Mobilier. But he doesn’t stop here, there are plans for other cities too, with New York on the near horizon.