Paris-based architect Odile Decq recently finished a five-year-long renovation of Maison Bernard in Théoule sur Mer, in the south of France, designed by Hungarian-born architect Antti Lovag, a designer best known for houses that look like a cross between a pueblo town and a bubble bath. Completed in 1971 for industrialist Pierre Bernard, this house was intended as a foil to conventional Modernism with its organic exterior and inner layout in some massively vivid hues. As managed by the Maison Bernard Endowment Fund, visits are by appointment every Tuesday from October through April and every other Tuesday in May, June, and September.
For more information about Maison Bernard and to make an appointment to visit, go to fonds-maisonbernard.com.
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