Aesthe is a Parisian aesthetic medical centre that’s minimalist to the intense but it additionally exudes heat and welcoming class.
It’s a totally custom-tailored challenge by architects Romain Freychet and Antoine Prax co-founders of Paris-based GRAMME. Aesthé was based by CEO Anne-Charlotte Rousseau with Baptiste Lestienne and Arnaud Lambert in late 2021.
They took the imposing Hausmannian constructing as their start line and consulted with Les Architectes des Bâtiments de France to make sure that the refurbishment met with the prevailing necessities. They then merged the normal with the up to date making a startling setting the place each half has a sculptural really feel.
The stone pillars, uncovered masonry and arches are all bathed in pure gentle coming by way of the uncovered home windows. Spectacular use of white and blue grids on shiny ceramic consoles and cabinets creates the look of tiling and provides a delicate trace of color.
In all places on the three-level house, numerous areas are gently softened by curving walnut partitions, rounded furnishings upholstered in tactile bouclé materials, and arresting items of sculpture that draw the attention to a personal area of interest or a particular nook.
The overarching color scheme ranges from white to comfortable sand with just a few splashes of color together with the custom-designed stark indigo blue wooden chairs and shelving unit.
Aesthé is positioned in a 1860s Haussmannian constructing that was a part of Napoleon’s huge city renewal challenge realized between 1853 and 1870 to deliver sanitation and wonder to the overcrowded and disease-ridden Paris. The large enterprise was directed by Baron Georges-Eugène Haussmann
The constructing is within the centre of Paris, within the 4th arrondissement, within the trendy Marais neighbourhood identified for its 17th-century personal mansions and a number of other landmark cultural establishments together with the Pompidou Centre historic structure
Romain Freychet and Antoine Prax began collaborating as college students on the Ecole Spéciale d’Structure in Paris and based GRAMME after commencement. Tuija Seipell
Images by Ludovic Balay