Arendt’ We All - Arendt & Medernach's internal magazine

In 2014, Arendt & Medernach wanted to create an in-house platform for expression dedicated to all of its employees in the Luxembourg Office and worldwide. A medium that would showcase the individuals in their professional and personal activities, highlight the firm's values and provide a feeling of pride and of being part of the company.

By creating this platform for expression, Arendt & Medernach wants above all to bring together those who contribute to its success on a daily basis.

Maison Moderne has created a high-quality in-house magazine for Arendt & Medernach at the heart of which, as in life, art occupies a central place, in the purest sense of the term. The works of art on display in the office premises are presented in a centre section on different paper from the rest of the publication, giving this magazine a unique character. The tone is set. And it is in this exceptional setting that the stories of the company's co-workers, internal projects and other responsible actions unfold. The result is a surprising magazine. Surprising it most certainly is, all the way to the back page, which for once has been chosen to display the magazine's title: Arendt’ We All.


"We wanted a unifying in-house magazine featuring the individuals in the company. Its success is clear from the fact that all of our co-workers now read it
and then pass it on to their friends and family."

Sophie Cuny, communication manager at Arendt & Medernach


On arrival, new employees are also given the complete collection from the first issue in their welcome pack. 


One project, several awards

Nominated at the first Luxembourg Design Awards in June 2015, the Arendt & Medernach in-house magazine received a special jury mention.

In February 2016, the Arendt' We All magazine gained a Special Mention from the panel of the German Design Award, considered as one of the highest accolades in the design field.

The same year, the collaboration between Maison Moderne and Arendt & Medernach was reinforced with the production of Arendt House, a book dedicated to the company’s new building.