Okay, so I know I’ve had a few of these lately, but I think this guy is definitely one to watch – even though he’s already in the Architectural Digest top 100 list. Pierre Yovanovitch a former couture designer for Pierre Cardin, is now designing interiors. Yovanovitch’s own apartment in Paris, seen below, was what kick started his career change, and I can definitely see why.
Several views of the stunning entrance – it’s so crisp and refreshing, and just a hint at what else is to come.
A few different angles of the living room – I love the mix he has going on here. It’s quite masculine in a sense, but I think I’d feel quite comfortable in this space. Rather than filling the apartment with French treasures he has instead mixed pieces by important American designers such as Edward Wormely, Frank Lloyd-Wright and James Mont with early 20th century Scandinavian pieces, which I think has given it a great feeling of warmth.
I’m so in love with the panelling on these dining room walls!
Two different study areas – the floors in the image above are stunning!!
Photos from Architectural Digest Feb 2008 by Marina Faust (more images can be found on the website), and Home Journal May 2008 by JF Jassaud.