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OAI 01/03/2022 2/2 Good reasons to work worldwide with OAI members Luxembourg, with its central position in Europe, always attracted a broad cultural diversity, creating new needs in the development of the built environment. This development acted as a real incubator for the dynamic growth in the building industry over the last decades. Luxembourgish architects, interior architects, consulting engineers, urban designers / master planners and landscape architects / landscape engineers benefit from the vibrant environment to sharpen their ability to adapt quickly to new circumstances. Their multilingualism and their international experience acquired by studying in diverse countries equally served to build a reputation within the Greater Region that expanded through Europe. Also participating in architectural competitions and symposia proves an entrepreneurial drive that can be felt among Luxembourgish architects and consulting engineers. The essence of Architects’ and Consulting Engineers’ profession embraces certain quality labels such as guaranteeing independence and ethics, defending public interest and interests of clients and users, integrity, being prepared to carry out principles of circular economy, using new tools like BIM and assuming responsibilities within the cradle-to-cradle issues. Luxembourg is therefore an ideal think tank for new ways of living smart technologies and innovative processes and collaborations. Stay curious while discovering surprising Luxembourgish architecture, engineering and urbanism. Pierre Hurt CEO OAI Contact : Address : OAI / Forum Da Vinci, 6 boulevard Grande-Duchesse Charlotte, L-1330 Luxembourg Follow OAI on social media About the OAI and its members a strong, reliable, creative and ingenious pillar of our society The Order of Architects and Consulting Engineers official mission, established by Luxembourgish law, is to guarantee the enforcement of rights and duties specifically linked to public interests covered by the 5 OAI professions : architects, interior architects, consulting engineers, urban designers / master planners, and landscape architects / landscape engineers. A very dynamic and growing sector Since 1990, the number of offices has tripled for architects (532 at the beginning 2022) and quintupled for consulting engineers (211 at the beginning of 2022). These offices established in Luxembourg employ more than 5.500 people. 3 OAI missions: legal, professional, cultural. Beyond its missions as a legal body, as a professional organisation and as an institution of public interest, the OAI enhances the real dimension of its members’ work at an economic, social, artistic and cultural level, to attain a sustainable, smart and high quality living environment. More information :; ; ; ; ;