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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

Cobue Winery in Lake Garda, Italy by Manuel Benedikter Architect

 
July 24th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source:  Manuel Benedikter Architect

This corporate winery is located south Lake Garda, in a countryside of vineyards and olive groves.
The owner wanted to build a new wine cellar adapted to the recently expanded arable land. The cellars of the existing farmhouse were no longer adequate for modern use.

Image Courtesy © Manuel Benedikter Architect

Image Courtesy © Manuel Benedikter Architect

Image Courtesy © Manuel Benedikter Architect

Image Courtesy © Manuel Benedikter Architect

The new winery is built in a rape field, just the north façade emerges from the ground.
Every work space was built in a single floor that can be easily reached by the loading and unloading means. The delivery takes place in a yard covered.

Image Courtesy © Manuel Benedikter Architect

Image Courtesy © Manuel Benedikter Architect

Image Courtesy © Manuel Benedikter Architect

Image Courtesy © Manuel Benedikter Architect

The roof’s organic shape is cutted by skylights that illuminate the inside yard with the natural lights.
During the collecting period, in that yard take place the ammostatoi. A bottling plant takes place in the yard when the wine is aged.
To ensure constant temperature for the fermentation process, it has been provided a thermal insulation of the envelope and a equilibrated system of ventilation and cooling.

Image Courtesy © Manuel Benedikter Architect

Image Courtesy © Manuel Benedikter Architect

Image Courtesy © Manuel Benedikter Architect

Image Courtesy © Manuel Benedikter Architect

From that dimly lit cellar it leads to the prosecco and barrique ones, they are completely dark.  The garage was conceived as crossing place for the farmer who arrives from the countryside with his means.

One of the most important project target we have reached, is to build a big invisible building. The difference height of the work spaces was organized so that the roof appears a natural slope. This slope was covered with a rape yard that will become a didactic path on the wine growing.

Image Courtesy © Manuel Benedikter Architect

Image Courtesy © Manuel Benedikter Architect

Image Courtesy © Manuel Benedikter Architect

Image Courtesy © Manuel Benedikter Architect

A concrete prefabricated system was used to ensure a quick construction and a perfect waterproofing to the ground. The winery was put into operation in the Autumn of 2013; the historical building and the new winery surround the new yard. In the old cellars will take place the future tasting place during the complete restoration of the farmhouse.

Image Courtesy © Manuel Benedikter Architect

Image Courtesy © Manuel Benedikter Architect

Image Courtesy © Manuel Benedikter Architect

Image Courtesy © Manuel Benedikter Architect

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