Between utopia and futurism, this curvaceous architectural madness never ceases to fascinate, and what is less well known is that it is possible to rent it for one night … or more. An unreal vision on the heights of the Esterel, overlooking the bay of Cannes in south of France, the Palais Bulles is a UFO with its different architectural universe. Built in 1984, as a cluster of bubbles, by the industrial patron Pierre Bernard and the architect-surgeon Antti Lovag, the residence was bought in 1992 by Pierre Cardin, seduced by its sensual and organic curves. Punctuated with multiple terraces and pools nestled in the rock, this labyrinthine house of 1200 square meters offers an enchanting panorama of the Mediterranean. Everywhere this same ocher color adds to the softness of its infinite curves.
These spherical shapes extend inside with custom-designed furniture by contemporary artists to marry the walls of its ten suites. In order to live a complete experience, the venue also offers, as part of private parties, a 500-seat amphitheater, a reception room and a panoramic lounge.
33, boulevard de l’Esterel
06590 Théoule-sur-Mer – FRANCE