Antti Lovag  

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Antti Lovag (1920 – 27 September 2014) was a Hungarian architect. He is best-known for the Palais Bulles de Pierre Cardin (literally bubble palace).

Antti Lovag settled in France in 1947, after living in Turkey, Finland and Sweden and serving as a pilot in World War II.

Without obtaining his diploma, architect Antti Lovag defined himself as a "habitologist," and is generally classified as a practitioner of organic architecture.

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