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Coste Architectures : Piscine des Murs à pêches

Inaugurated in September 2017, the Pool of fishing walls of Montreuil (93) is the first aquatic center of France built entirely in wood frame. In addition to the construction of equipment that was previously lacking in a deprived area of ​​the city, the project to the passive envelope realized by the agency Coste Architectures intervenes on two additional parts: one social and the other ecological.

In 2010, Est Ensemble, territorial public establishment of Greater Paris, launches a competition for the realization of an equipment allowing to welcome up to 1 500 bathers per day in a popular district of Montreuil, in answer to the territorial fracture existing between the top and bottom of this vast municipality of Île-de-France. In addition to the current Maurice Thorez nautical stadium, which focuses more on sporting activities, the Haut-Montreuil fishing wall pool consists of outdoor equipment dedicated to leisure and well-being, spread over a area of ​​3 800 square meters where are arranged three distinct built-up areas: a reception wing, restoration and longitudinal exchange and its technical appendix, an area of ​​exchange contiguous to the different basins, and a well-being area.

Recognizable by its brise-soleil in lacquered brick-colored aluminum cassette, the main hall consists of a locker room and a glassed-in bathing area, oriented on landscaped landscaping. It includes a fun and learning pool - of 400 square meters - and a second of 40 square meters for toddlers. Called "Wellness Hall", the third building, in a row of the first, is intended for relaxation thanks to its 154 balneotherapy pool square meters including bubble benches, waterfalls, massage seats, hydromassage showers, and is It has two saunas, a steam room and a Japanese pool, all protected by wooden sunshades.
The ceiling of the water activities rooms, punctuated by sheds providing a soft light, is designed glulam timber frame and solid wood panels, with suspended Fibralith plates offering a felted acoustics.

Outside, entertainment and ecology come together on 1 265 square meters. The central bathing area - with toboggan, pentagliss, water games, running river, summer changing rooms and paddling pool of 75 square meters - is lined with green areas imagined by the landscapers of the agency ter. The ensemble benefits from a biological filtration system based on the circulation and destruction of organisms present in the water, developed by the Belgian company Aquatic Science. An alternative to the use of chemicals and the health and ecology issues that their use implies. The water is also recovered for the supply of sanitary facilities. A wood boiler as well as a solar energy supply for the sanitary sector are also added to these devices.

An achievement that cares for people and the environment: the example is given. All your swimsuits!

To learn more, visit Coste Architectures website

Photographs: © Coste Architecture / Guillaume Guérin

Inaugurated in September 2017, the Pool of fishing walls of Montreuil (93) is the first aquatic center of France built entirely in wood frame. In addition to the construction of equipment that was previously lacking in a deprived area of ​​the city, the project to the passive envelope realized by the agency Coste Architectures intervenes on two parts: one social and the other ecological.

All your swimsuits! In 2010, East Ensemble, territorial public establishment of Greater Paris launches a competition for the construction of equipment to accommodate up to 1 500 bathers per day in a popular area of ​​Montreuil. A response to the territorial divide caused by the distance separating the Bas-Montreuil swimming pool from the opposite school public, sometimes forced to cancel swimming lessons from its sports program. In addition to the current Maurice Thorez nautical stadium, which is more focused on sports, the Haut-Montreuil fishing wall pool consists of outdoor equipment dedicated to leisure and well-being, spread over a area of ​​3 800 square meters where are arranged three distinct built-up areas: a reception wing, catering and longitudinal exchange and its technical appendix, a zone of exchange contiguous to the various basins, and a well-being area

The second of them, recognizable by its sunscreen[F1] in lacquered brick-colored aluminum cassette, consists of a cloakroom area and a glass-oriented bathing area on landscaped landscaping. It includes a fun pool and another learning - 400 square meters - and a second of 40 square meters for toddlers. Called "Halle Bien-être", the third building, located next to the first, is intended for relaxation thanks to its balneotherapy pool of 154 square meters including bubble benches, waterfalls, massage seats, hydro-massage showers, and It has two saunas, a steam room and a Japanese pool, all protected by wooden sunshades.

The ceiling of the aquatic activity rooms, punctuated by shed providing a soft light, is designed glulam wood frame and solid wood panels, with suspended Fibralith plates offering a felted acoustics. .

Outside, entertainment and ecology come together on 1 265 square meters. The central bathing area - with slide, pentagliss, water games, running river, summer changing rooms and paddling pool of 75 square meters - is lined with green areas imagined by the landscapers of the ter agency. The ensemble benefits from a biological filtration system based on the circulation and destruction of organisms present in the water, developed by the Belgian company Aquatic Science. An alternative to the use of chemicals and the health and ecology issues that their use implies. The water is also recovered for the supply of sanitary facilities. A wood boiler as well as a solar energy supply for the sanitary sector are also added to these devices.

An achievement that cares for people and the environment: the example is given!

To find out more, visit Coste Architectures' website (http://www.coste.fr/)

Photographs: Guillaume Guérin


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