Project Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Ferrero

A new landmark in Luxembourg

BESIX RED and its partner Felix Giorgetti have developed the new global headquarters of the agro-food group FERRERO, located near the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg airport. Designed by Architects Perry Weber, this 29,500 m² building is characterised by a remarkable architecture, both exterior and interior, offering its occupants a superior quality living and working space. The construction was carried out by Giorgetti, BESIX Luxembourg and the local subsidiaries of BESIX Group, Lux TP and Wust. The project is a further proof of BESIX RED's ability to contribute to Luxembourg's economic and urban dynamism.

Architecture & Technical Sophistication

The architecture of the building is marked by two wings interconnected by internal walkways as well as by a remarkable façade. The façade is characterised by a large volume above the entrance, without supporting columns.

The final quality of the execution of these technical aspects reflects the expertise and perfect cooperation between the builders Lux TP, Wust, BESIX Luxembourg and Giogetti.

Quality of life at work & Co-creation

The architectural qualities of the building are also human. It offers a work experience that favours user interaction and well-being. In this area, the approach followed combines flexibility and optimisation of space, ergonomics and the New Ways Of Working (NWOW).

The close collaboration between BESIX RED and Felix Giorgetti enabled the creation and implementation of this extraordinary project. The architectural concept and its innovative design are the result of the flexibility shown by both partners towards their client, Ferrero.

Project details

Project name

Ferrero

Area(s) of expertise

Offices

Contract type

Design & Build

Location

Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Stakeholder(s)

BESIX, Lux TP, Wust

External partner(s)

Felix Giorgetti

Client

BESIX RED, Felix Giorgetti

Building Period

2016 - 2019

Architect

Architects Perry Weber

Size

29,500 m²

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