Pierre Cardin’s Playground, ‘Palais Bulles’


Pierre Cardin’s iconic Bubble House (Palais Bulles) is located outside of Cannes was designed by renowned architect, Antti Lovag. Fittingly named Palais Bulles, or “Palace of Bubbles,” this residence represents the fundamental ideas of architect Antti Lovag. Built in 1989 and Located in the town of Théoule-sur-Mer (10 km outside Cannes), the house overlooks the Mediterranean Sea and the red cliffs of the Esterel, with a panorama stretching to the bay of Cannes.

The house is 1,200 square meters (12,916 sq ft) of living, consisting of an ampitheatre (500 seats), reception room, panoramic lounge, and 10 suites. Gardens and pools are spread over 8,500 square meters (2.1 acres) of land. It has 28 round rooms similar to soap bubbles (beds are also round). There are no pictures on the walls, but many of the floors from wall to wall are covered with thick, fluffy carpets. Specially designed illuminators also change the light depending on time of the day.



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