NOWNESS’ latest installment of In Residence, featuring entrepreneur, art collector and photographer, Jean Pigozzi. They spend some time with him at his South of France villa in Cap D’Antibes, designed by the Italian architect/designer Ettore Sottsass. Like Pigozzi himself, this is a really pop-infused edition of the series, full of geometric, off-kilter furnishings and his collection of African art. He talks about his favorite people, including Mick Jagger and Charles Saatchi, as well as “the perfect woman.” Plus, there’s a giant elephant bobble-head sculpture. I mean, come one! You’ve gotta watch it just for that:
NOWNESS In Residence: Jean Pigozzi [VIDEO]
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