House in Dudelange

Between the several styles that had been proposed by the developer of the Hanzenthal subdivision in Dudelange, the buyers of this land chose a "neo-classical" architecture for the realization of their new home.

Classical and traditional architectures, unlike "modernist" architecture are never fashionable at a given time, but they are never outdated either. They are better suited to projects that must last in time. We use traditional architecture for the sake of the future and not nostalgia for the past.

To accommodate for the changes in levels of the site,  we have planned the office and children's rooms on the ground floor, alongside the entrance and the garages. The living room and kitchen are on a lower level, with direct access to the garden and the swimming pool.

The parents' room and the library are located in the attic and enjoy the view towards Mont Saint Jean and the setting sun.

The success of the realization is also due to the help of Alain Van Aerde, Ex & Co who managed the execution.