French conceptual artist Daniel Buren's work has punctuated cityscapes and gallery spaces - including Paris's Palais Royal and the Fondation LVMH - the world over for more than 50 years. Working with graphic form, most notably stripes and grids, and bold colour, his in situ interventions simultaneously challenge and enhace their surroundings. Equally concerned with, and adept at the use of colour and form, is French interior architect Pierre Yovanovitch, whose artful vision of contemporary elegance has established him as the ultimate aesthete. They sit down to talk about their creative processes, the legacy of their work, and the pitfalls of being a collector. Photography by Frederik Vercruysse for Cereal Magazine.
Client: Cereal Magazine
Photographer: Frederik Vercruysse