Office Building, Luxembourg-Kirchberg (L)

Office Building, Luxembourg-Kirchberg (L)

The client expressed the desire to create an urban ensemble which finishes off a currently undefined corner development. Our design for the office building makes use of the architectural language which characterizes the block heat and power plant. Having been planned in detail, the industrial character of the block heat and power plant is also to be applied to the office building. The three-storey office building is conceived as a monolithic architectural concrete construction, and extends up to the same eaves height as the block heat and power plant. A section of the corner of the building is “cut out” in order to make way for a two-storey restaurant, which takes the form of a metal “box”.


Corner boulevard J.F. Kennedy et rue Erasme, Luxembourg-Kirchberg

Project management: Andreas Kleinert
Collaborators: Anne Stauder, Christian Liewer

Planning participents
Building structure: B.E.S.T. Ingénieur-Conseils s.à.r.l. Luxembourg (L)
Technical building equipment: Goblet Lavandier & Ass. ingénieurs-conseils S.A. Luxembourg (L)
Interior design: NJOY architectes muséographes éclairagistes, Luxembourg (L)
Consulting architectural concrete: R W CONSULT Romain Weydert, Luxembourg (L)
Project management: Schroeder&Associés, Luxembourg (L)
Art: Paul Kirps, trixi Weis

Project data
Designed: 2008
Realisation: 2009–2012
Usable space: 5.510 m2
Enclosed space: 26.500 m3
Construction costs: 14.800.000 €

Architecture website ArchDailly


Photographer: Lukas Roth, Cologne (D)