Maison Bernard / Antti Lovag + Odile Decq

Maison Bernard, Antti Lovag’s lesser-known first home from 1971, was recently spruced up by Odile Decq, who maintained the bubble like forms Lovag is famous for (created with a steel rod and sprayed concrete) while upping the colour contrast to highlight hues reminiscent of the south of France. The restored home, first built for an industrialist and his family, offers a radical rejection of modernism’s straight lines, and is available for tours on select Tuesdays — via Curbed

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