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The Molitor swimming pool gets a facelift

The Molitor swimming pool gets a facelift


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Meet at Auteuil in the 16th arrondissement of Paris to visit one of the most hyped places in the capital: the Molitor swimming pool. Abandoned since 1989, this architectural masterpiece from the 1920s is reborn after several months of work under the aegis of architect Jean-Philippe Nuel. Its Art Deco spirit, inspired by the Paquebot style, has been preserved and today Molitor welcomes new visitors and offers two swimming pools, a spa, several gyms, rooms, two restaurants, private rooms and a bar . This way the visit ...

The lobby


Agence Nuel Gilles Trillard The colors are bright in the lobby. They echo the colors of the facade and we find by touches the two main decorative styles that the place knew, that is to say the Art Deco style but also Street art! ** MOLITOR ** 13 rue Nungesser et Coli 75016 Paris www.mltr.fr

Molitor room


Agence Nuel Gilles Trillard The rooms in their decoration break with the Art Deco style and the colors of the exterior. A bias that soothes and displays a range of very light colors. ** MOLITOR ** 13 rue Nungesser et Coli 75016 Paris www.mltr.fr

Molitor room


Agence Nuel Gilles Trillard / Christophe Dugied Part of the bathroom is open to the bedroom with the opportunity to leave the client the pleasure of managing the space himself using a curtain. The diagonal bed expresses the nomadic character of the hotel room. ** MOLITOR ** 13 rue Nungesser et Coli 75016 Paris www.mltr.fr

The bathroom


Agence Nuel Gilles Trillard / Christophe Dugied The decoration of the bathrooms takes up the decorative spirit established in the bedrooms. The place is uncluttered without being devoid of charm. The wood veneer warms the atmosphere and it almost feels like in a liner bathroom. ** MOLITOR ** 13 rue Nungesser et Coli 75016 Paris www.mltr.fr

46-meter outdoor pool


Agence Nuel Gilles Trillard After being the most fashionable place in the 1930s, the outdoor pool was also one of the highest spots of "Street art" in the years 1990 to 2012. Today, it finds its origins and offers a beautiful swimming space. ** MOLITOR ** 13 rue Nungesser et Coli 75016 Paris www.mltr.fr

33-meter indoor pool


Alexandre Soria The winter pool is topped with a large glass roof and is surrounded by an alignment of Art Deco style cabins. The passageways and the cabins overlooking the swimming pool are one of the characteristics of this period. We find this spirit in the Pailleron and Pontoise swimming pools, built at the same time. ** MOLITOR ** 13 rue Nungesser et Coli 75016 Paris www.mltr.fr

Restaurant


Agence Nuel Gilles Trillard The architect's wish was to design this place as a journey through time. After the Art Deco years, there is also the era of graffiti. Here in the restaurant, styles mix. The Art Deco ceiling rubs shoulders with contemporary photographs of the tags before the demolition. ** MOLITOR ** 13 rue Nungesser et Coli 75016 Paris www.mltr.fr

The weight room


Agence Nuel Gilles Trillard Molitor offers its members stretching, pilates, abdo sessions ... The space echoes the original aesthetics of the place. Some vintage elements furnish the spaces for a unique decorative writing. ** MOLITOR ** 13 rue Nungesser et Coli 75016 Paris www.mltr.fr

The spa


Agence Nuel Gilles Trillard Hammams, saunas, showers, siesta room, herbal tea, hairdresser and barber complete the Clarins treatments. In terms of decoration, we always find the Art Deco style in the architecture of the place, all staged in a cozy spirit. ** MOLITOR ** 13 rue Nungesser et Coli 75016 Paris www.mltr.fr



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