In early 2017, Pierre Yovanovitch commissioned contemporary artist Tadashi Kawamata to create an on-site installation in the master suite of a Parisian home.
Perched on the top floor of the property, Pierre Yovanovitch worked to create a warm, cocoon-like setting in the room. A wall of windows showcase the extraordinary view of Paris and the lime tree-lined street just below, the perfect setting for Tadashi Kawamata's nest-inspired installation.
From the beginning, Yovanovitch conceived the space with Tadashi's work in mind. The space was designed to serve as the perfect setting for Kawamata's nest while also adding complimentary features. A striking, free-form fireplace, for example, blends in with Kawamata's installation seamlessly to create a dialogue between the architecture of the room and Kawamata's work.