Hotel Piscine Molitor

Built in the 1930s, Paris’s Piscine Molitor was once a fashionable public pool, before falling into disrepair and becoming a world-renowned canvas for graffiti in the 1990s. Now restored as a hotel, the interior embraces both sides of this vibrant history, with contemporary street-art complementing the architectural detailing of the deco age. Jean-Philippe Nuel was responsible for the interior design, retaining some of the original features, such as the bright blue doors of the changing rooms, mixing it with modern pieces, including a chair that Nuel designed especially for the project.

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