Pictures: Inside The $470 Million House That Simon Porte Jacquemus Vacationed At
BY Jonah Waterhouse /
Aug 2 2018 /
Welcome to the 'Bubble Palace'
Simon Porte Jacquemus, creative director of fashion's most covetable new label, recently blessed his 600k-strong Instagram following with pictures from one of the South of France's most inimitable clifftop homes, seamlessly putting all other #EuroSummer Instagram pics to shame.
The Bubble Palace is located on a clifftop close to the city of Cannes on the French Riviera, and is currently owned by French fashion designer Pierre Cardin.
The home was designed by Hungarian architect Antti Lovag, and was constructed between 1975 and 1989—taking a total of fourteen years to complete.
An aerial view of the Bubble House, showcasing its iconic shape (and multiple swimming pools).
The home was listed on the market in 2014 for a whopping AU$478 million, making it one of the most expensive homes in Europe. While it's still yet to find an owner, the home can currently be rented for around AU$41,000 a night, according to Architectural Digest.
You'll be hard-pressed to find a single right-angle throughout the entire of the Bubble House, which is noted for its use of curvature in every means necessary—even when it comes to the sleeping options.
You're more than welcome to opt for an azure-blue bedroom option, if orange isn't really your vibe.
The Bubble House has also played host to several fashion shows over the years. Pictured is Dior's Cruise 2016 show, where creative director Raf Simons made a sartorial spectacle out of the already spectacular home.