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Villa Cavrois

By Amanda Wang

Situated at north of France, Villa Cavrois was built between 1929 - 1932 by the French architect Robert Mallet- Stevens, who was also known for his work of Villa Noailles in the French commune of Hyeres.

Originally designed as a family home for Paul Cavrois, a textile manufacturer for spinning, weaving and dyeing cotton and wool.

Under the full support of Mr. Cavrois, Mallet-Stevens conceived the villa as a total artwork.

Villa Cavrois







Luminosity, airy & comfort are the keywords that underlie the building.

The luxury of this house does not lie in carved detailing or gilding, it unfolds in the richness of the materials used, such as unadorned marble, metal & wood.

In collaboration with the lighting engineer André Salomon, Mallet- Stevens conceived an indirect lighting which fit in the architecture.

In 2020, Belgian design duo Muller Van Severen exhibited a selection of their furnishings amongst the rooms of Villa Cavrois, as a nod of timeless modernity.






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