Designed by the Hungarian architect Antti Lovag, built between 1975 and 1984, the Palais Bulles, also known as Maison Bulle, was for years the summer residence of designer Pierre Cardin. It is located in the heart of the French Riviera, precisely in the small town of Théoule-sur-Mer, on the Bay of Cannes. The futuristic structure, with rounded lines and warm colours, was deliberately designed so that there are no corners and edges. The principle that inspired the Hungarian architect was that of self-construction: to adapt the available space to the morphology of the human being, following his life needs.
The entire building includes ten bedrooms furnished by contemporary artists such as Jérôme Tisserand and Francois Chauvin, Pierre Paulin, Claude Prévost, Rodrigo Basilicati, Serge Manzon, Alberto Posselli, and Gae Aulenti. Palais Bulles has been on the list of historical monuments of the French ministry of culture since 1999.
Maison Bulle is the perfect location to host events and presentations - Raf Simons chose it to show the 2016 Dior Cruise collection.
Simon Porte Jacquemus also likes to spend his holidays three curves of the Maison Bulle.