Stade Nautique d’Avignon

Avignon, France

Originally designed in the 60’s in the tradition of renowned French architect, Le Corbusier, Stade Nautique d’Avignon, was declared a heritage building to preserve it as a stunning example of 20th century architecture. Now, a decade after it was closed due to disrepair and unfit conditions, it has reopened featuring two spectacular new Myrtha pools!

 

While maintaining its original, distinctive style, the reopened facility is modern, sustainable and spectacular in every way. Dedicated solar panels on the building’s roof provide all the energy needed to keep the water at a consistent 29º allowing the pool to stay open all year round. Myrtha’s green, stainless-steel technology also delivered up to 50% in CO2 savings compared to a concrete pool or 30% vs welded steel.

The two state-of-the-art tanks – one an Olympic-sized competition pool, the other a dedicated pool for diving – were fashioned using Myrtha’s exclusive RenovAction technology which transformed the old run-down concrete tanks to new, competition- and community-ready masterpieces of engineering.

Myrtha Pools is proud to have contributed to this sustainable renovation challenge. The newly refurbished Stade Nautique d’Avignon, will serve the south-France community for years to come.

Originally designed in the 60’s in the tradition of renowned French architect, Le Corbusier, Stade Nautique d’Avignon, was declared a heritage building to preserve it as a stunning example of 20th century architecture. Now, a decade after it was closed due to disrepair and unfit conditions, it has reopened featuring two spectacular new Myrtha pools!

 

While maintaining its original, distinctive style, the reopened facility is modern, sustainable and spectacular in every way. Dedicated solar panels on the building’s roof provide all the energy needed to keep the water at a consistent 29º allowing the pool to stay open all year round. Myrtha’s green, stainless-steel technology also delivered up to 50% in CO2 savings compared to a concrete pool or 30% vs welded steel.

 

The two state-of-the-art tanks – one an Olympic-sized competition pool, the other a dedicated pool for diving – were fashioned using Myrtha’s exclusive RenovAction technology which transformed the old run-down concrete tanks to new, competition- and community-ready masterpieces of engineering.

Myrtha Pools is proud to have contributed to this sustainable renovation challenge. The newly refurbished Stade Nautique d’Avignon, will serve the south-France community for years to come.