Parks, gardens and promenades of the Kirchberg-Plateau

5 juin 2021 - 6 juin 2021
Visite guidée

Urban landscape and artistic renewal of the Kirchberg Plateau

Discover the Kirchberg’s parks and green spaces by bicycle, guided by Tilman Latz from the german landscape architectural office Latz + Partner.

Since the Kirchberg Fund adopted a new approach to urban planning during the 1990s, the internationally renowned bureau Latz+Partner has been a partner to the Fund.
The aim was to transform a town of the sixties, built in accordance with the principles of functionalism and primarily the requirements of the car and dominated by non- intersecting oversized traffic systems, into a viable city of high identity, with the functions of living, of working , education and leisure mixed thoroughly. Characteristic town quarters are structured by the green model of the inner city, with avenues, squares, gardens and parks along the old Roman road, once running in a straight line from east to west. The spatial reorganization requires urban density in consideration of ecological objectives, above all a deliberate use of resources with the least possible sealing of surfaces and a specific rainwater management.

The major projects developed by Latz + Partner are

– Parc Central
– Parc Réimerwee with its Arboretum
– Bricherhof
– Dune and Water Park Klosegrënnchen
– The transformation of the Kirchberg motorway into a green urban avenue
– Rue du Fort Niedergrünewald, Porte de l’Europe

IMPORTANT: Participants are asked to bring their own bicycle or to rent one from the VéloH stations. The closest VéloH station is near the tram station “Coque”. For other locations please check on the Ville de Luxembourg internet site.
Registration by e-mail before the 3th of June 2021 is mandatory: Please indicate the tour of your choice and the number of participants. Respect the actual Anti COVID-Measures.

5 juin 2021 15.00-18.00 heures (en allemand)
6 juin 2021 10.00-13.00 heures (in English)
Parcs du Kirchberg, Arrêt Tram "Coque", Av. John F-Kennedy L-1855 Luxembourg
Project organizer
Fonds Kirchberg
4, rue Erasme
L -1468 Luxembourg
Hemmer, Martine
Tel+352 26 43 45 10