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Design of ArcelorMittal's new headquarters

ArcelorMittal and the “Fonds d’Urbanisation et d’Aménagement du Plateau de Kirchberg” recently announced that the architectural practice Wilmotte & Associés Architectes is the winner of the architectural consultation to design ArcelorMittal’s new global headquarters building in Luxembourg.

The project will represent the use of steel in sustainable construction, highlighting the diverse benefits of steel solutions over other building materials. The new headquarters will be constructed using a suspended steel exoskeleton and will feature the full range of environmental innovations, including solar power generation, rain water management and automatic window opening for natural ventilation. With 15 above ground, 2 partially above ground and 2 underground storeys, it also features a bioclimatic public atrium, ventilated by a Canadian Well system, which naturally cools the air in summer and heats it in winter.

Read more about this project and learn how steel can contribute to "green" and sustainable construction!

The Constructalia Team

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ArcelorMittal and the Fonds Kirchberg announced the winner of architecture contest to design new headquarters for the world’s leading steel company

“What I personally love is that this building visibly features steel, which is so often hidden from view.  In fact, we believe that no other building of this size and scale has been designed specifically to feature steel throughout. Wilmotte & Associés have developed a truly innovative design that shows how beautiful steel is.”  Aditya Mittal.

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ArcelorMittal offers hot rolled steel shapes in a number of common and high strength steel grades. Furthermore, ArcelorMittal is continuously developing innovative constructive solutions including castellated beams, shallow floor systems, composite mega-columns and prefabricated beams.

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ArcelorMittal's range of floor construction systems is the most comprehensive on the market and offers the right solution for any kind of project and technical requirements. It consists of both well-established systems and innovative solutions which reflect recent developments in regulation, design and installation.

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Sustainability

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The W&A design responds to ArcelorMittal's desire to have a sustainable building that promotes steel's contribution to the circulate economy. The building follows the 'cradle-to-cradle' concept. It can be dismantled and nearly all the steel products can be re-used in a new building without the need for recycling.

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As the world's leading steel company, it is a great opportunity to have a new headquarters that showcases the flexibility, creativity and sustainability of steel as a construction material. W&A's design stood out for their complete respect of every aspect of the brief, including practicality, aesthetics, economics and sustainability.

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Steel provides the answer to many of the challenges related to the construction of modern, multi-storey office buildings - and ArcelorMittal offers a wide range of aesthetic, functional & sustainable steel solutions for structure, flooring, façade, roofing and interior decoration.

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The winning project is a low-carbon, energy-efficient building, and will be 'BREEAM outstanding', 'DGNB Gold', Gold level 'WELL' label and 'BBCA' certified. Read more about how important it is for ArcelorMittal to provide certified sustainable construction products & solutions.

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