The Bridderhaus is an artist residencies in Esch-sur-Alzette, open to all contemporary artistic disciplines. With 7 apartment-workshops and shared spaces, the Bridderhaus is a place that is dedicated to artists. It is also open to the public for exhibitions, performances, conferences and encounters.
The space consists of the historic building (Built in 1878 by the directors of the Metz steel mill, the Bridderhaus (Brothers' House) was initially a hospital) and its original annex, known as Apdikt, an outer courtyard and a contemporary ecological wooden extension (Annex) connected by walkways. It contains the 7 apartments for artist residencies (bedroom and spaces for creation), including 1 for people with reduced mobility and 1 for family, as well as 5 independent workshops, modular exhibition spaces, a large modular room, and a shared kitchen. The Annex has residences for people with reduced mobility, and a restaurant with a view of the terrace and outer courtyard.
1 Rue Léon Laval