Centre Aquatique Annette-Kellerman

Marville, France

Opening in early 2024, the Annette Kellerman Aquatic Center is one of the most exciting projects associated with the Paris 2024 Games.

Located in Seine-Sant-Denis, the facility strengthens the department’s aquatic offer.

A natatorium of this level plays an important social role for the community, providing a safe and controlled place to build confidence in the water, especially for young children.

This center offers flexibility and multi-functionality with its variety of facilities and services.

In addition, the structure was selected as the training center for water polo players during the Olympic period.

 

The facility, designed by BVL Architecture and ABS Architectures, houses as many as five Myrtha pools, featured in both indoor and outdoor areas. Indoors, there is a sports pool equipped with a movable bottom and a movable bulkhead, both Myrtha Pools branded, providing multi-purpose use.

 

There is also a children’s pool divided into a swimming area and a play area with benches, fountains and hydro-massage jets. The last indoor pool is dedicated to the youngest children, thanks to its shallow depth it allows an easy and safe first approach to water.

 

Outside, Myrtha has built a heated swimming pool that can be used all year round and a second pool dedicated to recreation and relaxation thanks to the presence of whirlpool jets.

The Myrtha Pools and the Annette-Kellerman Aquatic Center share common elements in terms of sustainability and respect for the environment. In fact, the entire project was conceived with the goal of creating a sustainable facility with a positive social impact.

Opening in early 2024, the Annette Kellerman Aquatic Center is one of the most exciting projects associated with the Paris 2024 Games.

Located in Seine-Sant-Denis, the facility strengthens the department’s aquatic offer.

A natatorium of this level plays an important social role for the community, providing a safe and controlled place to build confidence in the water, especially for young children.

This center offers flexibility and multi-functionality with its variety of facilities and services.

In addition, the structure was selected as the training center for water polo players during the Olympic period.

 

The facility, designed by BVL Architecture and ABS Architectures, houses as many as five Myrtha pools, featured in both indoor and outdoor areas. Indoors, there is a sports pool equipped with a movable bottom and a movable bulkhead, both Myrtha Pools branded, providing multi-purpose use.

There is also a children’s pool divided into a swimming area and a play area with benches, fountains and hydro-massage jets. The last indoor pool is dedicated to the youngest children, thanks to its shallow depth it allows an easy and safe first approach to water.

 

 

Outside, Myrtha has built a heated swimming pool that can be used all year round and a second pool dedicated to recreation and relaxation thanks to the presence of whirlpool jets.

The Myrtha Pools and the Annette-Kellerman Aquatic Center share common elements in terms of sustainability and respect for the environment. In fact, the entire project was conceived with the goal of creating a sustainable facility with a positive social impact.