At the end of 2017 Does left his mark at Molitor. A masterpiece of French architecture opened between wars in 1929, Molitor was Paris’ most popular bath with an avant-garde atmosphere. Sixty years later it became the temple for the Parisian underground movement, raves, urban art, all kinds of crazyness. Then in 2014, this sanctuary, this temple to Paris’ street art was transformed into a unique hotel that cherishes it’s rich history.
Besides painting one of the hallways to the pool Does also painted Cabin 127.
Thanks to Sylvia Randazzo for being a perfect host.