EGB team
Stéphane Di Carlo
Associate partner
EGB team
Sophie Braconnier
Interior designer
EGB team
Jonathan Pesa
Interior designer
EGB team
Deniz Mercan
EGB team
Luis Cardoso



32 rue Edmond Dune
L-1409 Luxembourg

Tél. +352 489 999  1

Some key players of EGB…

Robert Hornung – Associate partner
Stéphane di Carlo – Associate partner
Deniz Mercan – Architect
Jonathan Pesa – Interior designer
Luis Cardoso – Architect
Sophie Braconnier – Interior designer


For over 30 years, EGB Hornung & Associates have been designing both public and private spaces, offices, shops, restaurants and hotels, lawyers’ and fiduciaries’ offices, commercial premises, parks and gardens. Initially serving a clientele of large companies, banks and administrative authorities, the company has broadened its area of expertise and has opened its doors to private clients with a particular offer for development and conversion as well as interior decoration. This, nonetheless, always includes the same all-encompassing, personalized care.

EGB’s palette of services goes well beyond what is normally offered by an interior designer or an office planner. Ranging from advice to turnkey delivery, passing through the stages of feasibility study, design, implementation and management of the project (from carcass work to interior finishing, from exposed concrete to lighting concept and office furniture), every step is guaranteed with, if required, upstream research of the business area, boutique, bar, loft, apartment or house to let.

EGB is neither a real estate agency nor an architectural office. It is not tied to any supplier nor to any construction company. However, EGB’s strength lies in its 12-strong team of passionate professionals (architects, designers, consultants and project managers), well served by a fiercely guarded independence. The company can undertake all aspects of the process while guaranteeing high-standard, long-lasting design, and respecting budgets and deadlines.

Within Luxembourg, EGB Hornung & Associates undertakes a multitude of projects every year for large banking groups, government ministries, SME and, now, private clients. In addition, its approach to the Lili’s Garden apartments (winner of the OAI – Order of Architects and Consultant Engineers – 2016 Bauhärepräis as well as the RTL Prix Public) or to the collegiate of Saint-Maur at Hattonchâtel could encourage other institutions to entrust embassies, churches, museums or other heritage buildings to the company’s care. This might inspire clients with similarly high expectations not only for the consideration of their needs and requirements but also for creative advice providing the value added in terms of space management and space planning, of intelligent design and well-being – in a word, of excellence!