The most famous swimming pool in Paris opened its doors in 1929. For nearly sixty years, its avant-garde atmosphere seduced the aristocracy who came to swim and dance at weekends. In 1989, the place closed its doors and was classified as a historical monument. It was then quickly taken over by the underground scene, which turned it into a party and street-art major place.
It was finally in 2014 that the Molitor legend was reborn after renovation, restructuring and extension. Although it has a chic atmosphere, street art is never far away. Molitor brings together different eras and styles.