Villa AA

In the heights of Cannes, this project is probably one of the sharpest creations in Gilles Pellerin’s contemporary register. The strict balance of this dwelling “block" is based on the perfect symmetry of the geometric shapes. The fapade alternates gneiss and a very fine white coating. The garden features a contemporary interpretation of the famous provenpal terraces whose low walls cleverly integrate the differences in level. Around the house, there are teak-bordered pools, terraces in Italian Pietra Serena stone and a swimming pool flush with the ground, covered with natural stone mosaics.

Entering the house, it is impossible to miss the zinc door, worthy of being considered a work of art. Inside, the flooring has wide grey tiles, a magnificent grey oak wood floor in the main bathroom, and an uncompromisingly clean layout.