The Authors

CODIC a pioneer, a Market reference, a developer

Codic International

Codic International is operating as a real estate developer since 1970.

The group focuses its development on office and retail projects, as well as on large multifunctional projects that include the residential component, like with its flagship project “Royal-Hamilius“ located at the heart of Luxembourg City.

Each of its developments shares the same concern for a strong architectural identity, the best possible location and planning, state of the art technology and shapes set in a beautifully landscaped environment, committing to sustainability.

CODIC develops its know-how mainly in Belgium, France, Hungary and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.



  • 2007: Eco-Awards: awarded first prize by IBGE for the passive local nursery integrated into the Gaucheret project in Brussels.
  • 2009: Awards for Excellence 2009: Best Developer in Belgium and Best Office Developer in Hungary, prize awarded by the British economics magazine Euromoney.
  • 2010: Règles d’Or de l’Urbanisme for the Gaucheret project in Brussels.
  • 2013: Grand Prize at the Règles d’Or Awards of the Brussels Town Planning Federation for the development covering cadastral plot 64, which is part of the Gaucheret Area of Regional Interest in Brussels. This real estate development includes the headquarters of the Flemish Water Distribution Company Vlaamse Maatschappij voor Watervoorziening (De Watergroep), 50 housing units, retail spaces and a nursery (noted in 2007 as an exemplary passive building).
  • 2018: Finalist MAPIC Awards, Retail - Royal-Hamilius.

Main developments


35,000 sqm - LUXEMBOURG


17,300 sqm - HUNGARY

ALTITUDE - Leudelange

2 buildings - 13,000 sqm - LUXEMBOURG


During the design of Green Court Office our focus was to create the best possible workplaces providing attractive, liveable environment for the users. The operations of the tenant companies are constantly changing, the need for quality office spaces that provide flexible solutions aimed at creativity and communication is in focus. All this must be accompanied by quality, technologies and services.

Through the fully glazed facade each office floor is looking out on the intensive green central courtyard or on the giant trees of the side streets as if they become part of the office space. Each floor benefits terraces to reach even closer to the green. An additional glass layer protects the office spaces located to the street sides from the traffic noise.

The iconic gestures of the dynamic glass layer and the crisp white horizontal lines of the floors provide a strong arhitectural expression to the buildings. The elegance of the common spaces that greet the users is also in harmony with the exterior.

More information:

Tamas Pinter
Miklos Dombi

Green Court Office: Creativity and Technology working in Harmony