An Amalgamation of Opposites
Jerry Pellerin says the villa embodies a “design duality”, blending several opposites to create one seamless design. “This project combines the charm of the traditional, Neo-Provencal style building with the weight and warmth of the contemporary interventions,” he reflects. Typifying this is the building’s original round tower, which has been re-clad in stone both to elevate its design and signify the coming together of old and new.
“This design duality is also present in the interiors, where we wanted a soft, soothing atmosphere contrasted by strong colours and raw materials,” Jerry says. The team has paired vintage pieces with more modern pieces to achieve this “balanced narrative”.