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A Gorgeous Colorful Public Aquatic Center in France

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This stunning public project, Les Bains Des Docks Aquatic Center in Le Havre, France, shows what the public bath was supposed to look like!
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The simply amazing public pool complex, including more than six indoor and outdoor pools in a fascinating labyrinth, shows that public places need not be dreary, but can be almost spa-like.

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Among the six separate pools is this beautiful Olympic-sized outdoor lap pool.

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The clean white color is offset by a splash of brilliant reds and yellows and oranges that can be glimpsed from many of the indoor swimming spaces.

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The splash of brilliant colors in the crisp white setting denotes the childrens area, and it is full of the fun water features that so transfix children.
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But fun water features are not just for kids
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Architect Ateliers Jean Nouvel has designed a center that  invites you to experience every part of it. His design fully lives up the tradition of public aquatic centers first developed by the ancient Romans.

They surely would have expected us to be this well served by the public baths.

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2 Comments so far to “A Gorgeous Colorful Public Aquatic Center in France”
  1. Les Bains Des Docks Aquatic Center / Ateliers Jean Nouvel | External Brain Says:

    [...] lives up the tradition of public aquatic centers first developed by the ancient Romans — via Home Design Find This entry was posted in Design. Bookmark the permalink. ← Sleepy [...]

  2. Alejandro Gomez Says:

    Nice pool architecture!!!

    http://www.designgallerist.com

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