A JEWEL ON THE CÔTE D'AZUR
Facing the bay of Cannes, nestled in the Esterel massif, this surprising house on the heights of Théoule-sur-Mer offers a striking view of the shores and ochre creeks of the Riviera.
Pierre Cardin's unique "Palais des Bulles" was designed by Hungarian architect Antti Lovag and built between 1975 and 1989.
More than a residence, Pierre Cardin transformed the Palais Bulles into a palace-museum of art in perpetual motion. Here, the spotlight is on young artists and designers. It's a place where art resonates with audacity, and where the most unlikely objects have pride of place.
Over the years, the private property has become a prestigious venue for many events. Dior used it as a backdrop for one of its fashion shows, and today it's still possible to privatize the residence to organize an exceptional reception!
A TRUE GEM OF FRENCH ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE.
Le Palais Bulles is an idyllic concept for a wedding reception. The originality of its site and the omnipresence of the sea will lend a unique magic to the atmosphere of your wedding party.
Le Palais Bulles puts its reception room at your disposal. It can accommodate up to 350 guests. Outside these unusual buildings, your guests will discover beautiful gardens (8500 m2 of land) and a swimming pool overlooking the sea.
In addition to the reception hall, this extraordinary estate, with its 1,200 m2 of living space, includes a 500-seat amphitheater, a panoramic lounge and a dozen original suites for a memorable night's sleep.
Discover the beautiful images of B&P's wedding thanks to talented photographer @jeremy.froeliger