The Luxembourg School of Business new campus is located at the Château de Septfontaines and the former porcelain manufactory Faïencerie Villeroy & Boch, a historical area close to the center of Luxembourg-city.
This campus will allow the Luxembourg School of Business to welcome local and international managers and entrepreneurs from all over the world, in a unique, historic and deeply Luxembourgish context.
The Chateau de Septfontaines will welcome the first Luxembourg School of Business students in 2021.
Jean-François and Pierre-Joseph Boch plan to build a seigneurial residence next to their factory.
The construction started under the supervision of the architect Jean-Pierre Fresez. The architecture corresponds to the style at the time, Baroque of Austro-German inspiration.
Storming and devastation of the castle by the French revolutionaries. Pierre-Joseph von Boch leaves the domain with his family. On his return, it takes several years before starting the restoration.
Sale of the domain to the Pescatore-Barbanson couple, Mr. Pescatore being the director of the factory.
Acquisition of the Chateau by Villeroy & Boch on the initiative of CEO Luitwin von Boch. The castle was abandoned and exposed to ruin.
Antoine de Schorlemer was in charge of undertaking renovation work which lasted a full 12 years.
The Castle welcomes the first students from the Luxembourg School of Business.