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Today we are going to show you the brand-new Paris atelier of the designer Pierre Yovanovitch. The best part about it? The incredible mid century lighting designs put on display, giving to the office a unique touch.
“I didn’t want anything over the top. This is the spirit of French design,” he says. “Very chic but restrained, minimal in its way but still warm.” This floor lamp by Josef Frank looks stunning in this mid-century atmosphere.
Yovanovitch’s understated aesthetic makes the room feel calm: Slabs of soothing, almond-color travertine—a material he loves—cover the lower part of the walls; oak chairs by Axel Einar Hjorth, a little-known Swedish designer from the 1930s, lend a rustic note.
Yovanovitch devised the Paris offices of Kering, which owns Gucci, Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, and other luxury brands.
Yovanovitch designed a 45-foot-long light fixture, composed of three black metal rods, for the main staircase of his Paris office.
The dining room at Yovanovitch’s office; the table, chairs, and ceiling light are his creations.
A 1970s chair by Roberto Matta welcomes visitors to a Swiss chalet decorated by Yovanovitch.
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