This complete energy renovation project for two residential buildings dating from 1915 and 1935 respectively took place in a regulatory and technical context subject to strong constraints. The two properties to be converted are classified as sensitive areas and together sensitive to the general development plan of the City of Luxembourg. This included maintaining the character of the street façade and the use of slates on the roof. In order to significantly improve energy performance, the buildings have been insulated from the inside on their vertical faces. The old slabs of the oldest of the two buildings (slab of the ground floor excluded) have been replaced by concrete slabs. The floor heights after transformation have been adapted to existing bays. The stairwell and the existing frame were also replaced.
Fonds du Logement
2017 Grand Prix Construction durable - Green Solutions Award
2015 - Prix luxembourgeois d'architecture - prix du public
2011 - Prix luxembourgeois d'architecture - Prix spécial du jury
Zero Energy Office Building
2012 FIABCI - prix d'excellence
Luxembourg real estate award - lauréat
Office + Horesca
Competition 1st Prize
Residence of 28 housing units for the Housing Fund, Luxembourg-Kirchberg, 2005
As a result of the Housing Fund's request, acting as public promoter in a competition on the Kirchberg Plateau in Luxembourg-city, we implemented a social housing program in a theoretical volume initially planned for large apartments. standing. The project is both very economical and very energy efficient.