bjarke ingels group has revealed plans for a business center to be built directly beside the terminal of luxembourg airport. with construction set to start in 2019, the project will be the first visible milestone of ‘airport city’ — a major development that will include accommodation, retail, and conference facilities. the business center will comprise flexible office space across a potential area of 40,000 square meters. the complex will also contain car rental services, shops, restaurants, a fitness center, a kindergarten, and space for 2,000 parked cars.


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BIG’s design utilizes timber construction methods, intended to reduce the development’s carbon footprint, as well as a series of other devices that ensure the scheme’s sustainability. photovoltaic panels will help generate energy, while rainwater will be collected and reused. green roofs are also incorporated, with a double façade used to reduce the energy required to heat and cool the building.

BIG airport city luxembourg
greenery and vegetation is found throughout the scheme

 

 

bjarke ingels group will work with luxembourg-based firm metaform on the project, which is BIG’s first in the country. ‘I’m looking forward to seeing the first milestone of our airport city becoming a reality,’ says rené steinhaus, CEO lux-airport. ‘the skypark business center south will be a reference for environmentally friendly and sustainable buildings. it helps us to align our economic and ecologic goals.’ the business center is set to complete in either 2021, or 2022.

BIG airport city luxembourg
the project will be the first visible milestone of a new development titled ‘airport city’


the building will also contain car rental services, shops, restaurants, and a fitness center

BIG airport city luxembourg
the business center is set to complete in 2021/2022

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