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Medigest entrusted 2001 with the design of this building entirely at the service of the individual, including a medical center bringing together numerous specialties (pediatrics, dentistry, cardiology, physical therapy, ophthalmology, etc.), a pharmacy, a day care center, a café and a yoga space, making this building a public and social place.

What particularly distinguishes this building is the treatment of its facade, witness of the exoskeleton structure in exposed reinforced concrete. A facade with a regular and repetitive grid, and, as the architects explain, "uniform, generic but absolute to the point of dissolving, its rhythm aims at comfort and assurance". It is defined on the minimal ergonomics of a medical office, the intimate relationship between a patient and his doctor.

On the first floor, the volume is set back from the structural façade to define a covered passageway, like the arcades found in some European metropolis buildings. This covered passageway extends the public space and creates additional convenience for patients, clients and professionals.

Inside, the total openness to the landscape defines the spaces. The countryside invites itself through the window. Exposed and sanded concrete, stainless steel and aluminum are also used.

Client : Medigest
Architect: 2001
Civil Engineer: MyCon
Technical engineer: Dal Zotto
Gross built area: 3500 m² (3,500 sq.ft.)
Realization : 2016 - 2019
Location: Kayl

Quelle : PAPERJAM 2021
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In the building with which we won the Bauhärepräis 2020, all cables were planned in advance and laid in the walls. This means that the switches can be mounted on exposed concrete and masonry without damaging the walls with cable slots.

We intercepted the large slope behind the house into a terrace on several levels. On the lower level, there is now even enough space for an outdoor pool.

Even old tile adhesives often contain asbestos and should therefore only be removed by professionals.
To avoid health damage, we therefore recommend always carrying out an asbestos analysis before renovation or demolition work! We will be happy to come and take samples!

We recently received the Made in Luxembourg label from Mrs Stein of the Chamber of Commerce. We are pleased to be allowed to use this now official title.

After a major fire and the renewal of the half-timbered structure, this roof was thatched again. In addition, the living space was extended at the back.

The rocheous wall on which the house stands has been integrated directly into the living space as a feature. A truly brilliant natural element, with an exciting texture that enhances the interior.

The first ceiling connections are already finished and the stairs will be added soon! 👍🏠

Old linoleum and PVC flooring often contain asbestos ☣️⚠️☣️. To avoid health damage, we therefore recommend that you have an asbestos analysis carried out before carrying out any renovation or demolition work!

We helped restore this farmhouse roof to its original state after the original burned down in a fire.