The House of Pierre Cardin in Théoule-sur-Mer

The House of Pierre Cardin in Théoule-sur-Mer

(Photocredits; DiorMAG)
Yes! the fashion people got invited again to watch a resort season fashion show at a breathtaking location: Palais Bulles in Théoule-sur-Mer, France.

This huge house, at the Cote D’azur, is designed by architect Antti Lovag, commissioned in 1975 by the industrialist Pierre Bernard.
The present house owner is fashion designer Pierre Cardin.
The huge Barbapapa-like Palais Bulles was used as venue for the Dior Resort 2016 fashion show (on the 11th of May 2015). We posted earlier on the house of Bob Hope in palm springs which was used for the Louis Vuitton resort 2016 fashion collection, an equally dream-like location. But maybe we like the house of Pierre Cardin more because it’s pink and friendly. Uhmppff; We will refrain from further architectural comments.

We did find info on the web, if you’re interested in the building and want to see more images surf to the following sites;
http://www.archdaily.com/103991/ad-classics-palais-bulles-antti-lovag/
http://architecturelinked.com/profiles/blogs/palais-bulles Or just watch the video below.


Ausschnitt über den “Palais Bulles” des ungarischen Architekten und Habitologen Antti Lovag aus der Sendung “Häuser auf den Kopf gestellt” aus der ZDF-Dokumentationsreihe “Menschenskinder” von Wolfgang M. Ebert aus dem Jahre 1981.

Facts from Dior Resort 2016 show at Palais Bulles on style.com
http://www.style.com/trends/fashion/2015/dior-resort-cruise-2016-palais-bulles

Palais Bulles facts; The villa is located in the town of Théoule-sur-Mer, 10 km outside of Cannes. The house covers the total area of about 1200 square meters and consists of a reception hall, panoramic lounge, open-air amphitheater with 500 seats, 10 bedrooms, all decorated by various artists like Patrice Breteau, Jerome Tisserand, Daniel You, François Chauvin, Gerard Cloarec, amonsdt others. The yard is 8,500 square meters large and includes swimming pools, fountains and ponds.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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