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Building site boulevard Kennedy in Esch-sur-Alzette with glued tiles façade
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Residence JFK16 end of structural work

Completion of the structural work for the JFK16 project in Esch-sur-Alzette. This building under construction will have 14 housing units on 6 floors.

Homepage new site Ballinipitt architectes urbanistes
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New website

BALLINIPITT architectes urbanistes has a new website that is clearer, more intuitive and better optimized for consultation on a smartphone or tablet. Discover our team,

Expo 2025 Osaka pavilion
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EXPO 2025 Osaka Pavilion

Our project won 3rd place in the competition for the design of the Luxembourg pavilion for the 2025 World Expo in Osaka.

CFL headquarters extension to include a green, accessible roof
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CFL head office

Our architect’s office presented this project to the competition for the design and construction of the new CFL headquarters.

View of the village square on the wooden-fronted cubes of the school and the music room of the school campus in Bettborn, creation of BALLINIPITT urban planners.
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School campus in Bettborn

The extension of the existing school in Bettborn and the construction of new buildings for cycles 2 to 4.

Néien Duerfkär Schëtter

Our project “Néien Duerfkär Schëtter” won the second place in the European competition launched by the municipality of Schuttrange.

Management of BALLINIPITT architects urban planners Raphael THOMAS architect Eric PIGAT architect urban planner Claude BALLINI architect urban planner Elia CANADELL-NAVARRO architect urban planner Jimmy BRUNNER architect
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New Partners at BALLINIPITT

BALLINIPITT urban architects now have three new partners: Elia Canadell-Navarro, Jimmy Brunner and Raphaël Thomas . Born in Spain in 1986, Elia Canadell-Navarro studied at

Exhibition Tracing Transitions in the Luxembourg pavilion for the Architecture Biennale Venice 2016
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Tracing Transitions on Google Arts

The exhibition Trancing Transitions was conceived for the Luxembourg pavilion on the occasion of the 15th Venice Architecture Biennale.

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