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Engineering the electromagnetic environment of a quantum emitter gives rise to a plethora of exotic lightmatter interactions. In particular, photonic lattices can seed long-lived atom-photon bound states inside photonic band gaps. Here, we report on the concept and implementation of a novel microwave architecture consisting of an array of compact superconducting resonators in which we have embedded two frequencytunable artificial atoms. We study the atom-field interaction and access previouslydoi:10.3929/ethz-b-000573862 fatcat:kwfch73dfzbiranasy6xlnakqq