Aymerick Chastenet de Gery’s approach to design is founded on authenticity and sobriety, with a permanent flavor of “Art de Vivre”. While each project is bespoke they all share a peaceful elegance. Capturing the mind and spirit of a place, translating it into subtle imperceptible details rather than using the ostentatious; this is the ultimate sophistication to achieve refined luxury.
Excellence of the design and quality of the materials is Aymerick’s design philosophy.
Aymerick Chastenet de Gery is a trained Architect from Beaux Arts School of Paris and La Sapienza in Rome. His office founded in 2009 is very active in France and abroad, and has successfully developed commercial projects such as Bamford and Son’s flagship in London, Louis Vuitton Avenue George V, Hotel projects such as La Mamounia in Marrakesh, Le Nomad in New York, and also numerous residential projects like the Château de la Croë (Cap d’Antibes), La Léopolda (Villefranche/Mer), Villa Gallia (Sao Paolo) as well as private residences in London, New York, Chicago, Moscow, Athens …
Inspired by the roots of a space, or brand, he purifies the classical to reach the essential with detail and sophistication preserving its original sources and reinforcing its identity.
Each project is developed with the client allowing them to express their own personality while Aymerick also proposes a resolutely innovating approach to luxury.