Pierre Yovanovitch inaugurates new Paris gallery location with special anniversary collection of Asymmetry armchair with artist Claire Tabouret
Pierre Yovanovitch Mobilier Gallery
This fall, after over 20 years of creating made-to-measure furniture for his design practice, Pierre Yovanovitch will open doors to his first standalone furniture gallery located at 4 Passage Sainte-Avoye, in the heart of the Marais district. The 2 700 square feet gallery will feature a succession of rooms showcasing the brand’s new and existing work. Alongside Pierre Yovanovitch Mobilier pieces will be a selection of contemporary artworks. The gallery will officially open on October 13th, 2023, offering visitors complete immersion into the world of the designer. To commemorate the opening of the gallery, Pierre Yovanovitch tapped artist, and longtime friend, Claire Tabouret to create a special, limited edition series celebrating the 10 year anniversary of his iconic Asymmetry armchair design. Playing off of the themes of childhood, movement, and fragility, the chairs incorporate the artisanry of French craft specialists Atelier Jouffre, Manufacture Royale Bonvallet and L’Atelier Caraco. This series of unique pieces in honor of Asymmetry’s 10th anniversary will be presented in Pierre Yovanovitch Mobilier’s new exhibition space in Paris from October 13th to 28th, timed to Paris+ par Art Basel.