About the place
Luxembourgish artists Raphael Gindt and Daniel Mac Lloyd spent over a year renovating a 1950s family house in Esch-sur-Alzette in the southern part of Luxembourg, transforming it into a multifunctional creative space.
The Kamellebuttek combines a gallery space, an artist studio, and the headquarters of nonprofit artistic organizations. This makes it a dynamic space dedicated to the arts and creativity, aiming to be open and accessible to bring people closer to culture.
The house offers three floors for events (ground floor, 1st floor, 2nd floor). On the ground floor, there is a kitchen on one side and a living space on the other, featuring a piano, a sofa, and two vintage armchairs around a fireplace and a small table. The first floor consists of four rooms with artworks, armchairs, sofas, and tables. The second floor finally houses the artist's studio with works in progress.
The space is suitable for birthdays, art workshops, after-work gatherings, team-building events, and various meetings. Regarding services, we are open to offering different packages according to your needs.
Services on demand