Villa Noailles

Designed in 1923 by Robert Mallet-Stevens for the patrons Charles and Marie-Laure de Noailles, this holiday home is a symbol of modern architecture in Europe, which welcomed the artistic avant-garde of the 20th century.


It is now a centre for contemporary art of national interest, focusing on young creation (fashion, design, photography, architecture, interior design), it offers exhibitions, international festivals and workshops throughout the year, a permanent exhibition on the history of the place and its illustrious patrons, as well as exhibitions in Toulon (at the Ancien évêché and at the Hôtel des Arts)


The Villa Noailles has developed editions of beautiful books and catalogues, objects and works in collaboration with the artists it supports. To be found at the Art-o-Rama exhibition: Antoine Carbonne, Adrian Geller, Adrien Pelletier, Florent Groc, Pierre Dumaire, Mathieu Cossé, Nicolas Floc’h…




Villa Noailles

Contemporary art centre of national interest

Toulon Provence Méditerranée metropolis




Monument historique

Patrimoine XXe

Jardin remarquable

Maison des illustres

Membre du réseau Plein Sud

Membre de DCA

Iconic House