Petite Maison, part of E22, has opened to the public in July. Since then, it has been visited by numerous groups and individuals. In collaboration with Prof. Christoph Odenbreit, from the Faculty of Science, technology and medicine, various researches from LIST, such as Dr. Annie Guerriero and Bruno Domange and with the help of Luxinnovation a series of events took place in and around Petite Maison.
Indeed, a large number of regional actors, whether private or public, have participated to the design and building process by offering their knowledge, services and materials in nature. This collective performance of volunteer collaboration has been the result of a complex curating process led by guest professor and architect Carole Schmit, assisted by Dragos Ghioca, who graduated as part of the first generation of the Master in architecture at uni.lu.
The current exhibition designed by Rotor in the framework of FCRBE Facilitating the circulation of reclaimed building elements in Northwestern Europe will end on January 31st. After this show the university will take over the house and will continue to use it temporarily as a multipurpose space for public events by its academic members. The deconstruction is postponed until a later stage. A publication is on its way.
Past and ongoing events:
28 September 2022: Symposium uni.lu with Luxinnovation
5 October 2022: Benelux Circular Economy Business Forum Chamber of Commerce
14 October 2022: Lisa Burke show RTL
1 December 2022 – 31 January 2023: Exhibition by Rotor on behalf of Interreg project FCRBE – Facilitating the circulation of reclaimed building elements in Northwestern Europe
8 December 2022: Symposium FCBRE– Interreg, organized by LIST in Belval