Centre National de l’Audiovisuel et Centre Culturel Régional Dudelange (CNA / CCRD)

Centre National de l’Audiovisuel et Centre Culturel Régional Dudelange (CNA / CCRD)

The CNA/CCRD is a joint project between Dudelange Municipal Authority and the Luxembourg government, and sees various cultural facilities united on a 14,000 m² derelict site formerly used by Arcelor Mittal. The CNA produces, edits and archives film, audio and textual documentation of the country. The professional section of the building features a film studio, recording studio, small cinema and all archives. The media centre, media lounge and exhibitions space are all accessible to the public. The CCRD features a music school for 800 pupils, practice rooms for local music clubs and various atelier spaces. The 500-seat concert hall, 144-seat cinema and cafeteria are at the disposal of both the CNA and the CCRD.

Ministère des Travaux Publics
Ville de Dudelange

Dudelange (L)

Project management: Markus Musch, Anne Stauder
Collaborators: Manuel Rocas, Silke Hoss, Patrice Rueter, Mike Besch, Petra Schmitt, Jean-Paul Carvalho

Planning participents
Building structure: TR- Engineering S.A. Luxembourg (L)
Technical building Equipment: Luxengineering Bevilacqua et Ass. S.A. Luxembourg (L)
Consulting architectural Concrete: Jean-Pierre Aury, Colonard (F)
Special features: Viewing, Paris (F)
Acoustics: ACV Acoustique & Vibrations, Paris (F)

Project data
Designed: 2000
Realisation: 2003–2007
Usable space: 14.100 m2
Enclosed space: 77.000 m3
Construction costs: 32.000.000 € (including special technical features)

Photographer: Lukas Roth, Cologne (D), Romain Girtchen (CNA), Luxembourg (L)