Architecture and art in the public space: Kirchberg Plateau
Did you know that the Kirchberg Plateau, the 24th district of Luxembourg City, was still an agricultural area barely 60 years ago? Learn more about the district’s rapid development and discover the contemporary architecture designed by award-winning star architects as well as the many works of art that can be found all across the district. With more than 7000 new homes in development pipeline, public parks and gardens have recently been added to liven up this modern district. The Kirchberg Plateau is also home to many cultural and sport institutions, such as the Philharmonie, the Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean (MUDAM), the Musée Dräi Eechelen as well as the Coque, National Sports and Cultural Centre.
Architecture and art in the public space: Kirchberg Plateau in pictures