In 2014, architects Antoine Prax and Romain Freychet decided to create their own architecture agency and named it G R A M M E. For eight years, the creative duo has been imagining multiple projects in different fields, such as 3D imaging, scenography, and design. Whether it is for their new collection of paper furniture with Mono Éditions or their recent architectural project in Saint Ouen, Romain and Antoine offer in their creations a soft and refined poetry that cradles our being. This specificity earned them the European Prize for Young Creation AJAP in 2020. With Aesthé, the two architects are tackling a new universe: that of aesthetic medicine.
Located in the 4th arrondissement of Paris, in the heart of the Marais, the aesthetic medicine centre opened its doors a short time ago. At first glance, the white front of the establishment and the stone visible through the large windows instantly give us a feeling of well-being. For this new project, the architectural firm worked hand in hand with the Architectes de Bâtiments de France and the Compagnons tailleurs de pierre in order not to degrade the original aesthetic of this singular place. Both minimalist and elegant, Aesthé takes on the look of a design gallery with its decorative objects on display and modernist furniture. Spread over three floors, each space reveals a play of textures and forms through the raw materials used, such as wood, stone, and even ceramics, inviting meditation. The Aesthé centre is a real lull in the hustle and bustle of Paris.
29 Rue François Miron,