Grand Cadre Dior Maison X Pierre Yovanovitch
DIOR MAISON X PIERRE YOVANOVITCH
Dior Maison's collection of objects designed by Pierre Yovanovitch is the meeting of two stories. On one side, that of the Château de la Colle Noire, a property acquired by Christian Dior in the 1950s in the village of Montauroux in the Var countryside. On the other, that of the Château de Fabrègues, 65 km away, into which Pierre Yovanovitch has breathed new life for the last 10 years. Like Dior, who often stayed in the plains of Callian, Yovanovitch is also a child of the South, born in Nice, with strong ties to this region. In a sense, the collection, consisting of 15 objects including the large frame, is a reflection of this common southern anchorage. The design is 'simple, solid and noble,' as Dior defined his Colle Noire residence. Clean and functional, the design celebrates the savoir-faire that Pierre Yovanovitch loves.
The collection highlights traditional carpentry techniques and noble assemblies with local and sustainable materials selected for their beauty and timelessness. This collaboration is part of a story written by Dior Maison since the 1970s, featuring the greatest names in contemporary design, with Gabriella Crespi at the forefront.
- Grand Cadre translates as Large Frame
- 85% oak wood, 10% glass, 5% cherry wood
- Made in France