High-net-worth and ultra-high-net-worth individuals can now enjoy the true art of travel thanks to a collaboration between private jet operator Luxaviation and Art de Vivre, a global collection of the finest private designer villas and chalets for rental.
Launching on World Design Day 2018, the partnership also reveals access to three exclusive properties new to the Art de Vivre collection for summer 2018: the contemporary Domaine de L’Ansa, tucked away in the secluded hills of Super Cannes on the Côte d’Azur; the historic Gordon Castle, set in the heart of Speyside in the Highlands of Scotland; and the minimalist Can Dos Rocas, looking over the serene west coast of Ibiza.
Patrick Hansen, CEO, Luxaviation Group, says: “Bringing together the art of travel, the philosophy that underpins the Art de Vivre brand, with Luxaviation’s elite private jet service is a natural evolution of our customer offering. Luxaviation and Art de Vivre share the values of impeccable service standards rooted in the personal touch. We are delighted to be able to extend these exceptional properties to our customers.”
Julie Gauthier, Founder & Director, Art de Vivre, adds: “Art de Vivre’s properties are authentic and creative. Each has a bespoke art or design element whether it’s in the architecture of the home, the designer behind the project or its private art collection. Every villa, chalet and private estate is refreshingly different, reflective of our passion for world class design.
“Our clients tend to be c-suite executives, heads of state and well-known personalities. We pride ourselves on providing the ideal space for them to unwind with family and friends. With Luxaviation, we can offer carefully curated luxury with a personal touch throughout their trip: from home to property in utmost comfort.”
The move follows a successful two-year partnership between ExecuJet, part of the Luxaviation Group, and Art de Vivre. On today’s World Design Day, Luxaviation is extending the collaboration to make the properties available to customers who fly onboard its global fleet, which includes 270 private aviation aircraft and 50 helicopters worldwide.