Tino Zervudachi is recognized as a top French interior designer, that has developed the most amazing interior design projects across the world. His portfolio is highly prestigious and known by every interior design aficionado, it is an absolute delight to gaze at his projects. With that in mind, Paris Design Agenda would like to give you the tour of his latest project, a stunning villa in Saint Tropez that overlooks the endless sea!
Welcome to this exquisite villa, designed by top French interior designer, Tino Zervudachi. We begin with the view of the terrace that is planted with olive trees. It shares a home cinema, whose daybeds were designed by Tino Zervudachi and the side tables by Jean-Marc Lelouch.
In the large living room, framing a pair of 1940s armchairs by Jean-Charles Moreux, immaculate sofas designed by Tino Zervudachi, as well as the low tables with tops adorned with cubist cutouts and made by the gypsy artist Ludovic Da Silva. The blackened bronze cubic side tables in the foreground are the creations of Philippe Anthonioz.
In the dining room, the ceiling is decorated with a discreet fresco by Laurent Chwast. Overlooking the table with the inlaid top by Kostia, a plaster ceiling lamp signed Tino Zervudachi and made as a unique piece by Ludovic Da Silva. On the table, two brasswork sculptures by Nathanaël Le Berre.
In the bedroom, the bed was designed by Tino Zervudachi to match the small sofa by Robsjohn-Gibbings and the armchairs by Paul McCobb. The touches of blue on the rug and the stools, mottled and repainted by the decorator, contrast with the wooden door and wardrobe.
In the hall, the metal table, the bronze benches, and the round carpet are creations by Tino Zervudachi. The chandelier comes from the workshops of Philippe Anthonioz.