After releasing his long-waited furniture brand, Pierre Yovanovitch surprises the design world again, this time by unveiling a dazzling new showroom in Paris, where bold colors meet striking furniture designs! The luxury showroom features the architect’s Mobilier collection next to contemporary artworks.
The showroom was all about setting the stage for people to fully enjoy themselves and encourage them to explore the pieces in an in-depth way. I wanted to create immersive vignettes in the space, using a variation of bold wall colors and contemporary art pieces, to serve as a stage for the pieces and also show how versatile the works can be in a variety of contexts.Pierre Yovanovitch
Located the same 18th-century hôtel particulier as Pierre Yovanovitch’s headquarters, the architect worked with Atelier Mériguet-Carrère, a Paris-based decorative workshop, recognized for its meticulous restorations of historic interiors, such as Saint Laurent and Boucheron to the Hôtel de Crillon and the Castle of Versailles.
The chic showroom is like heaven for those who love bright colors, as bold tones serve as a background for amazing artworks and pieces of collectible design. Each design set features contemporary artworks from several leading Paris galleries, such as Kamel Mennour, Max Hetzler, Almine Rech, and Thaddaeus Ropac. Also, painter Matthieu Cossé created many custom plates that are placed on the gallery’s walls.
In the orange room, the references are uniquely personal: this colorful space has a series of painted plates by Matthieu Cossé depict a lobster, sunbaked fields, and flowers, images that represent Pierre Yovanovitch’s childhood in Provence.
Among the artworks, are a number of Pierre Yovanovitch’s designs, his Asymmetry sofa, Flare floor lamp, Tipsy side table, Flint chair, and Giddy mirror, for example. The Parisian Showroom is now open, and one can visit by appointment and get lost in colorful and bold rooms, where remarkable designs, allowing you to reimage historic spaces with contemporary elements.