Looking for a neat hideaway two escape the world’s craziness? We have got the perfect place for you! Designed by hungarian architect Antti Lovag in the 70s, ‘palais bulles’ (bubble palace) is a 1200 sqm estate in the south of france of interwoven and connected bubble spaces.
The iconic dwelling was built between 1979 and 1984 for french industrialist pierre bernard, and was bought in 1992 by the late fashion designer pierre cardin. Listed by Christie’s real estate, the villa is currently for sale, and includes ten bedroom suites decorated by contemporary artists, little water ponds and gardens and a swimming pool.
Facing the bay of cannes in the south of france, the large rounded windows reflect the interior in sunlight, while reflecting the sea and sailboats.
Have some $$$ on hand? Then why wait 🙂