Former ARBED Headquarters
The impressive former Headquarters of Arcelor Mittal, the biggest steel company in the world, has been built in 1922 and previously hosted the former Luxembourg mining company ARBED before its fusion with USINOR (F) and ACERALIA (E) in 2001.
They include a bulky block with 4 wings and a large inner courtyard. Dominating the front side, the entrance portal is flanked by pillars with the gable figures of Victoria and Mercury, which both emphasize the connection between ex-ARBED and mining, steel processing and agriculture.
The building belongs today to the State Saving Bank (Banque Caisse d'Epargne de l'Etat)
Former ARBED Headquarters in pictures