The project “Wunnen am Klouschtergaart” (“Living in the cloister garden”) is established in the Cents district of Luxembourg City, on the edge of the Carmelite convent. The land of approximately 278 ares will accommodate 7 single-family homes, 3 urban villas, and the “Residence Cents” which will combine a little more than 60 housing units and 4 businesses.
Luxembourg office of bureau Greisch ensures a complete mission of building techniques (MEP).
The project, respectful of its heritage environment and the green setting that welcomes it, is part of a resolutely sustainable approach and aims to significantly reduce its ecological footprint. The techniques are therefore adapted to this spirit, and are notably designed to integrate renewable energies into each of the buildings. The choice of materials and technologies used in the various fields of construction makes it possible to obtain optimum energy efficiency for the planned buildings.
This first collaboration with the Luxembourg architect Jim Clemes Associates is in line with the development of our office in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
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