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Palais Bulles : Pierre Cardin’s extravagant home in Théoule-sur-Mer

Located on the Côte d'Azur overlooking the Bay of Cannes, Palais Bulles, which features nearly one thousand porthole windows, is the favourite summer residence of the fashion designer Pierre Cardin.

Palais Bulles : Pierre Cardin’s extravagant home in Théoule-sur-Mer


Built into the side of the Esterel Massif mountain range, Palais Bulles is so large its spherical, ochre-coloured modules are visible from the road. Listed as a historical monument, this spaceship-like cave dwelling is perched between the bright blue sky and the banks of the Mediterranean Sea. Architect Antti Lovag designed the home to reflect the sensuality of the female body.

Pierre Cardin and his Palais Bulles, in Théoule-sur-Mer

The villa, with its curving shapes, blends seamlessly into its environment and sprawls harmoniously across 1200 m². It includes a panoramic living room and ten original suites decorated by Pierre Cardin and modern artists with custom-made furniture. Surrounded by luxurious greenery, the villa’s pool, waterfall complex, and garden cover 8500 m².

Palais Bulles panoramic living room
Decorated with furnishings that sport feminine curves, the panoramic living room is a work of art all on its own. © DR
Palais Bulles meeting room
No grey and dreary conference rooms here. This one will make sure your meetings are upbeat. © DR

Prestigious receptions in a secret villa along the Côte d'Azur

Palais Bulles is also a prestigious reception venue. Companies like Dassault, Rolls-Royce, Microsoft, Renault, and Dior have launched their latest ranges or hosted fashion shows here. The home can host up to 350 guests, and its amphitheatre, which looks out over the sea, can seat 500. Palais Bulles is closed to the public, but your next seminar could be the perfect opportunity to finally see it for yourself!

Palais Bulles restaurant
Palais Bulles can also transform into a restaurant for exclusive gala diners. © DR

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