Based on Goldilocks and the Three Bears fairytale, the Bear armchairs are a staple in Pierre Yovanovitch body of work. Each armchair has soft rounded forms, ear-like protrusions at the top of the backs, and spherical wooden feet, giving them a warm and cuddly feeling. They were presented for the first time in sheepskin and three different sizes — Papa, Mama and Baby, just like in the fairytale — at Pierre Yovanovitch first exhibit at R& Company gallery in New-York.
Having begun his career at Pierre Cardin, with whom he collaborated for eight years, Pierre Yovanovitch opened his own Interior Architecture agency in 2001. An illustrious ambassador for French style, he has put his touch to residential and institutional projects all over the world, presenting bespoke luxury and unprecedented elegance. His interiors combine an extreme chic, with culture and clean lines, counterbalanced with the use of rare wood, marble marquetry floors, and metal sculpted doors. Ornament is pared back to the essential creating a unique style where nothing is left unconsidered.