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Pavillon Madeleine in Kayl, Luxembourg by WW+

Thursday, January 4th, 2018

Article source: WW+ 

Together with the newly designed “Park Ouerbett”, the restaurant “Pavillon Madeleine” forms the new green centre of the community of Kayl-Tétange, in the south of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, close to the industrial city of Esch-sur-Alzette. The restaurant building is located at the intersection of the north-south road linking Kayl to Tétange and the circular path of the park. Its footprint of 10 m x 22 m x 4.5 m allows it to harmoniously blend into the park structure. The open space at the front, which features an outdoor dining area with approximately 40 seats and a barbecue area, defines the entrance to the restaurant and leads guests straight into the inside of the pavilion via a glass door. Here there is room for a further 40 guests. In front of the pavilion, seating steps provide direct access and contact with the water of Kayl creek, the quality of which has been upgraded through cleansing and other minor improvements of its banks. All the accesses to the pavilion and the inside are designed to be barrier-free.

Image Courtesy © WW+

  • Architects: WW+
  • Project: Pavillon Madeleine
  • Location: Kayl, Luxembourg
  • Software used: Autocad
  • Client: Community of Kayl-Tétange (LUX)
  • planning services WW+: Complete architecture services/open space
  • Civil engineering: Schroeder & Associés, Luxembourg (LUX)
  • Technical engineering: Betic, Dippach (LUX)
  • partner open space: Wich Architekten, Munich (GER)

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Pavillon restaurant in Bertrange, Luxembourg by WW+

Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018

Article source: WW+

Integration into surrounding

The single-storey pavilion is located in the centre of Bertrange, at the crossing of Rue de Luxembourg and Rue de Leudelange. In the context of a redesign of Bertrange’s centre, a new town square is created in close proximity to the town hall and the church with a neighbouring park. The discreet cubic body is located right on the boundary of the square and the park. With its basic dimensions of 28m x 11m, it acts as a mediator between these two key urban features.

Image Courtesy © WW+

  • Architects: WW+
  • Project: Pavillon restaurant
  • Location: Bertrange, Luxembourg
  • Client: municipal Bertrange (LUX)
  • Structural engineering: Schroeder & Associés, Luxemburg (LUX)
  • Technical engineering + illumination: Goblet Lavandier & Associés, Luxemburg (LUX)
  • Open space: ernst + partner, Trier (GER)
  • Net construction costs: 1.376.000 €
  • Total gross costs: 1.867.000 €

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Quartier du Parc, Reimerwee in Kirchberg, Luxembourg by AllesWirdGut

Wednesday, July 19th, 2017

Article source: AllesWirdGut 

In Kirchberg / Luxembourg AllesWirdGut build an ensemble of two large and two smaller buildings accommodating a total of 110 apartments.

The stretched-out buildings in the Quartier du Parc in Kirchberg, Luxembourg, are situated on the northeastern edge of a development area. The northwestern side is bounded by Konrad Adenauer Boulevard. On the south side, the ensemble opens to Parc Reimerwee. Due to their orientation and different rental systems, the two volumes are seen as “fraternal twins”. Together, they make a strong duo that have certain things in common on the outside, while their interiors are different.

Image Courtesy © Michael Sohm

  • Architects: AllesWirdGut
  • Project: Quartier du Parc, Reimerwee
  • Location: Kirchberg, Luxembourg
  • Visualization: Michael Sohm
  • Client: Sociéte Nationale des Habitations à Bon Marché (SNHBM), Luxembourg + Fonds Kirchberg
  • Team Competition: Felix Reiner, Karel Bartos, Laurenz Batka, Ria Roberg
  • Team Execution: Baptiste Quételart, Felix Reiner, Florian Gottler, Jessica Wannhoff, Luca Melchiori
  • GFA: 12.384 m²
  • Competition: 10/2015

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Administrative building for OEKO-Center in Pfaffenthal, Luxembourg by STEINMETZDEMEYER architects and urban planners

Thursday, May 25th, 2017

Article source: STEINMETZDEMEYER architects and urban planners

Next to the elementary school in the Pfaffenthal neighborhood, rue Vauban, the “Centre du Mouvement Écologique” (Ecological Center), known as the “MECO”, was in dilapidated structures, worth of no interest, neither as built heritage, nor as architectural component of urban fabric.

That old structure, having serious problems with stability, moisture and useful surface capacity, has been replaced by a new construction, exemplary for its answers to concerns and questions raised by sustainable development.

Image Courtesy © Catherine Thiry

  • Architects: STEINMETZDEMEYER architects and urban planners
  • Project: Administrative building for OEKO-Center
  • Location: Pfaffenthal, Luxembourg
  • Photography: Catherine Thiry
  • Software used: Autocad
  • Client: CITY OF LUXEMBOURG
  • Civil engineer: T6-Ney & Partners s.à.r.l.
  • Technical engineer: Jean Schmit Engineering s.à.r.l.
  • Landscape architect: Areal Landscape architects
  • Coordinator-pilot: HBH S.A.
  • Coordination security-health: Fernand Greisen

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Residential Building with 15 Units in Dommeldange, Luxembourg by Metaform architects

Wednesday, April 19th, 2017

Article source: v2com

When it comes to housing, one of the main problems people are facing in most urban areas today – often places of constant growth and raising housing demands – is a need to choose an apartment typology over single-family houses not because of their desire, but out of necessity. Their main concerns can be summed up as following:

Street view, Image Courtesy © Steve Troes Fotodesign

  • Architects: Metaform architects
  • Project: Residential Building with 15 Units
  • Location: Dommeldange, Luxembourg
  • Photography: Steve Troes Fotodesign
  • Gross floor area: 2250 m²
  • Gross volume: 8000 m³

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Boos Beach Club Restaurant in Bridel, Luxembourg by Metaform architects

Friday, December 16th, 2016

Article source: v2com

In place of the old bar/restaurant BOOS Beach Club, modern and contemporary architecture, tightly linked to its context, reflects the new image of this iconic venue in Luxembourg. The new structure, interwoven around the existing house, is inspired by the Japanese art of origami. It resembles a folded sheet of paper that answers to the program requirements, while creating a relation with the old and opening up to the natural surroundings. The idea was to integrate harmoniously the new structure into the existing natural context, while at the same time paying respect to the existing architecture by placing a light wooden structure with glass openings towards the landscape. The dynamic design enables orienting the bar and eating areas towards the outside, guiding the views to the tall tree stalks. By leaning on the existing house, and due to its triangular form, the self-supporting rigid roof requires very few peripheral structural points. The motivation to choose this lightweight and easily removable roof system leaves space and possibility to the idea of possible future change, if needed.

Image Courtesy © Steve Troes Fotodesign

Image Courtesy © Steve Troes Fotodesign

  • Architects: Metaform architects
  • Project: Boos Beach Club Restaurant
  • Location: Bridel, Luxembourg
  • Photography: Steve Troes Fotodesign
  • Client: BOOS Sarl
  • Static Engineer: Ney + Partners
  • General contractor: Prefalux
  • Gross floor area:  600 m²
  • Gross volume: 2.500 m³
  • Year of completion: 2016

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La Maison du Savoir in Belval, Luxembourg by baumschlager eberle

Saturday, April 23rd, 2016

Article source: baumschlager eberle

The Maison du Savoir is both an icon of the future and a reminder of the past. Conceived and constructed by baumschlager eberle in cooperation with Christian Bauer & Associés Architectes as the focal point of the new University of Luxembourg campus, the building is a striking and highly visible landmark. What was once the site of a steel plant in the Belval district of Esch-sur Alzette is now the centrepiece of the new Cité des Sciences.

Image Courtesy © baumschlager eberle

Image Courtesy © baumschlager eberle

  • Architects: baumschlager eberle
  • Project: La Maison du Savoir
  • Location: Belval, Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg
  • Software used: Autocad, Autodesk, sketchup

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WINERY – DOMAINE ALICE HARTMANN in Wormeldange, Luxembourg by dagliatélier d’architecture

Friday, April 24th, 2015

Article source: dagliatélier d’architecture

The winery ALICE HARTMANN builds a new wine center and visitors’ facilities on their estate in Wormeldange, Luxembourg. As a result of extensive international success crowned by awards like the “best of Riesling 2010” and several gold medals, the winery has decided to expand and modernize its facilities.

Image Courtesy © Jörg Hempel

Image Courtesy © Jörg Hempel

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Housing building with 7 units in Rue Des Maraîchers, Luxembourg by METAFORM Architecture

Wednesday, January 9th, 2013

Article source: METAFORM Architecture

A discreet and reduced architecture with hidden openings based on a compact and pure volume. One of the main intentions of the project consists in the insertion of a residential building with 7 living units in its direct surroundings, marked by detached and solitary buildings in an suburban context. The use of a single light coloured material (fibre-cement panels) for the façade gives the building a monolithic aspect and preserves the quiet appearance. The composition of the different volumes merged to the continuous grid of the façade blurs the clear differentiation of the stacked floors, indeed often characteristic for an multi-storey housing project.

Image Courtesy Steve Troes fotodesign

  • Architects: METAFORM Architecture
  • Project: Housing building with 7 units
  • Location:Rue Des Maraîchers, Luxembourg
  • Client: ASARS Construction
  • Construction Cost: 1.950.000€ excl.VAT
  • Total Surface: 1.200sqm
  • Total Volume: 4.200m³
  • Construction Period: Feb.2011 – Jul.2012
  • Photographer: Steve Troes fotodesign

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Lili’s Garden in Dommeldange, Luxembourg by EGB Hornung & Associés

Saturday, July 28th, 2012

Article source: EGB Hornung & Associés

Lili’s Garden was born from the renovation of an old farmhouse built to the end of 18th century in the picturesque area of Dommeldange. There are now eight apartments and two studios that took place there. Our desire was to preserve part of the identity of the building by improving the quality of life of its residents.

Image Courtesy EGB Hornung & Associés

  • Architects: EGB Hornung & Associés
  • Project: Lili’s Garden
  • Location: 27 rue du Chateau Dommeldange , Luxembourg
  • Photo credits : egb Hornung & Associés s.àr.l.
  • Project Architect: PIA MAI
  • Design : egb Hornung & Associés s.àr.l.
  • Area surface : 650 m2
  • Project length : 12 months
  • Completion : 2012

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