Architect Antti Lovag has pushed design boundaries with his Palais Bulles home that sits at the edge of the Mediterranean Sea in Theoule-sur-Mer in the Massif de l'Esterel.
Described as 'habitologie' the architect's unique aesthetic and unconventional approach to construction can be seen through his inspiring creations. This striking abode features an abundance of curvilinear accents that are brought to life through complex spherical elements.
Reminiscent of a sea shell set, this gorgeous beach home spans 1200 square meters in size and is built to resemble bubbles, an evident inspiration in the home's name that directly translates to 'Bubble Palace'. The Palais Bulles by Antti Lovag also features a swimming pool, a lush garden and lastly an open amphitheater among other luxe amenities.
The Palais Bulles by Antti Lovag Explores Curvilinear Construction
Jana Pijak — April 25, 2013 — Art & Design
References: anttilovag.org & waveavenue