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Petite Maison: Guided Visits

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Published on Wednesday, 15 June 2022

Petite Maison is a curating and performance act of construction, operation, and deconstruction, taking place within the timeframe of Esch2022.

The University of Luxembourg under the lead of the architect & guest-professor Carole Schmit together with the research & development specialist Dragos Ghioca from the Master in architecture (FHESS), contributes to the event ESCH2022 with a small house, by curating a collaborative design process on circularity.

In cooperation with Prof. Christoph Odenbreit (FSTM), the support of frEsch.asbl and LIST, the house is coproduced thanks to the contribution in kind of a great number of professional partners in Luxembourg and the greater region. Petite Maison, a continuous performance open to the public at 1:1 scale, stretches over 9 months and is divided in three moments : construction, use and deconstruction. Each construction element is linked to a virtual database and remains available for reuse after 2022.

If you are willing to assist the construction phase of Petite Maison you are welcome to join us for a guided visit by booking a spot during the construction-site visits. BOOK HERE!

When?

17 June 2022 - 15h00  CONSTRUCTION SITE VISIT 
Phase 2: MEtal Structure, Reduce ConnectionS, Pre-faB SlabS, Wood Construction

24 June 2022 - 15h00  CONSTRUCTION SITE VISIT 
Phase 2: Wood Construction, ROOF STRUCTURE, SANITARY AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

01 July 2022 - 15h00  CONSTRUCTION SITE VISIT
Phase 2: REMOVABLE FINISHES, REUSED WOODEN TERRACE AND FURNITURE

Address: Parking de la MAISON DU SAVOIR
Université du Luxembourg | Campus Belval
2, avenue de l'Université | L-4365 Esch-sur-Alzette

The project 'Petite Maison' is part of European Capital of Culture Esch2022.