Archive for the ‘Wine Shop’ Category
Thursday, May 10th, 2018
Article source: CORE architecture + design
Centrolina is a 4,075 SF dual-concept mercato and osteria that blends a casual California aesthetic with an urban Italian market. The space personifies a market that you can dine within, where Chef highlights seasonality on her menu. An architectural “island” anchors and unifies the space and guests circulate around it to discover the intimate osteria. The “island” begins with the osteria bar, transitions into mercato counters, and terminates as the mercato espresso counter. This allows the spaces to feel cohesive, while also operating as two concepts.
Image Courtesy © Greg Powers
- Architects: CORE architecture + design
- Project: Centrolina
- Location: 974 Palmer Alley, Washington, DC, USA
- Photography: Greg Powers
- Project Team: Allison Cooke, Meryl Salinas
- General Contractor: rand construction
- MEP Engineer: Caliber Design, Inc.
- Structural Engineer: Rathgeber/Goss Associates
- Food Service Consultant: FDS Design
- Millwork: Dovetail Gallery
- Gross Built Area: 4,075 SF
- Completion Year: 2015
Thursday, March 22nd, 2018
Article source: ROLAND BALDI ARCHITEKT
In the hearth of the city in Bozen, in an 18th century building, the first restaurant, market and wine house of the international brand italia&amore, opened its doors.
The office of Roland Baldi Architects has been commissioned with the structural and creative implementation of the company concept, which stands for natural, authentic, Italian quality food, that are produced according to ancient traditions by small producers.
Image Courtesy © T. Sorvillo / L. Guadagnini
- Architects: ROLAND BALDI ARCHITEKT
- Project: Italia & Amore Restaurant Market Wine Shop
- Location: Bolzano, Italy
- Photography: T. Sorvillo / L. Guadagnini
- Software used: Autocad, SketchUp, Adobe
- Client: italia & amore Gastro Srl
- Collaborators: Arch. Sila Giriftinoglu, Arch. Harald Kofler
- Interior Design: Roland Baldi architects, Gruppe Gut, Heike Linster
- Construction Management: Roland Baldi architects
Wednesday, February 28th, 2018
Article source: TCA | THIER + CURRAN ARCHITECTS INC.
A modest, low cost retail and tasting pavilion aspires to help transform the image and create a stronger public experience for a mid-market winery on a main road into Niagara-on-the-Lake. Replacing a portable classroom structure, this project creates a high quality, permanent building for the rebranded Lakeview Wine Company’s operations rebounding from a bankruptcy. The building is placed tight against the vines to create an authentic vineyard experience, with a building form derived from local agricultural buildings and sheds.
The South elevation viewed across the event lawn / future pond, Image Courtesy © DoubleSpace Photography
- Architects: TCA | THIER + CURRAN ARCHITECTS INC.
- Project: Lakeview Wine Co. Retail & Tasting Pavilion
- Location: 1067 Niagara Stone Road, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON, L0S 1J0, Canada
- Photography: DoubleSpace Photography, Francis Fougere
- Team of Architects: William J.E. Curran, OAA, MRAIC, LEED AP, Stevan Gacesa, OAA, Kyle Slote, OAA
- Engineers: Ausenco Engineering Canada Inc., YWY Engineering Inc., CoPa Engineering Ltd., Mighton Engineering Ltd.
- Specialist Consultants: Aldershot Landscape Contractors L.P.
- Builder: GEN-PRO
- Construction Budget: $1,500,000
- Date of Occupancy: May 2017
Tuesday, February 6th, 2018
Article source: ZOOCO ESTUDIO
The concept of this space comes from the searching of a well-known world which is the wine and its sales spaces. In our imaginary there are a lot of these references, thus, it is our attempt to abstract these images in a manner which the circumference shape arises.
Image Courtesy © Imagen Subliminal
- Architects: ZOOCO ESTUDIO
- Project: Vinos&Viandas
- Location: Valladolid, Spain
- Photography: Imagen Subliminal
- Project manager: Miguel Crespo Picot, Javier Guzmán Benito, Sixto Martín Martínez ZOOCO ESTUDIO
- Collaborators: María Larriba.
- Construction: NIMBO PROYECTOS S.L
Tuesday, January 16th, 2018
Article source: v2com
Close to the St. Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna, the popular Austrian bar and restaurant chain Wein & Co has opened a new branch. The reason for completely renovating the already existing catering area of a Gründerzeit building was the possibility to extend the company to three levels and to modernize them. On an area of 800 square metres, BEHF architecturally implemented the motto “WINING DINING SHOPPING” by creating a spacious suite of rooms as well as a distinctive ambience.
Location near the city centre, Image Courtesy © Markus Kaiser
- Architects: BEHF Architects
- Project: Wein&Co
- Location: Jasomirgottstraße 3- 5, 1010 Vienna, Austria
- Photography: Markus Kaiser
- Client: WEIN & CO Handelsges.m.b.H., SCS, Autoallee 7/Top 25 2334 Vösendorf-Süd
- Design and concept: Armin Ebner
- Project Manager: Thomas Ehrenfried
- Head of Design: Hugo Feisthamel
Monday, January 15th, 2018
Article source: II BY IV DESIGN
The Urban Infill concept is a highly innovative initiative for the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO), created to get the most out of high-density urban areas and to provide a viable solution to design, construction, operational efficiency and delivery challenges.
Image Courtesy © II BY IV DESIGN
- Architects: II BY IV DESIGN
- Project: LCBO Eglinton & Dunfield
- Location: Toronto, Canada
- Software used: Autocad
Friday, October 27th, 2017
Article source: JUMA architects
JUMA was asked to accommodate a restaurant in an Art Deco house. Although the exterior suggests otherwise, there were only a few elements that were worth saving in the interior. Only the monumental wooden staircase with a beautifully coloured stained-glass window above it, reflect the grandeur that this property once offered. First a number of walls were taken down to create larger spaces. An opening was created from the entrance hall to the kitchen so that visitors have a direct view of chef Maxence Sys at work.
Image Courtesy © Juma architects
- Architects: Juma architects
- Project: L’Autre Vie
- Location: Sint-Martens-Latem, Belgium
Thursday, September 21st, 2017
Article source: Mimosa architekti
This small bar in the centre of Prague offers especially tea and wine but also delicious coffee. Separately or in various even astonishing combinations. The space concept of travelling through time zones has been derived from its name „Jetlag“. Within this meaning one can “fly through” the entire world only along the whole length of the bar (15 metres).
Image Courtesy © BoysPlayNice
- Architects: Mimosa architekti
- Project: JETLAG tea & wine bar
- Location: Prague, Czech Republic
- Photography: BoysPlayNice
- Client: Martin Vorel
- Cooperation: Lenka Pechanová
- Graphic solution: Martin Odehnal mo.cz
- Area: 55m2
- Project year: 2016
- Realization: 7/2017
Thursday, August 24th, 2017
Article source: Nowadays Office
A double-leveled café and bar ‘Iskra’ (‘Sparkle’), serving grilled chicken and a variety of sparkling wines, is located in one of the most authentic neighbourhoods in Moscow. Kitai-Gorod is a part of the old city, once hidden behind the vallum that adjoined the Kremlin. Pokrovka 38A is a classicist building constructed in the late XVIII century that used to be the private residence of a noble Moscow family. After the building was nationalised by the Soviet government, a light and spacious bedroom with a vaulted ceiling — taking up 35 sq m of the ground floor — was turned into a local dairy shop. This space is now Iskra’s upper level café with a secret bar (ironically called ‘Public Bar’) occupying the basement beneath.
Image Courtesy © Yuri Palmin
- Architects: Nowadays Office
- Project: ISKRA cafe
- Location: 38A Pokrovka str., Moscow, Russian Federation
- Photography: Yuri Palmin
- Design: Nowadays Office
- Design Team: Ksenia Vasilieva, Natalia Mastalerzh, Ilona Povilenayte, Daria Sutormina, Nata Tatunashvili
- Area: 120 m2
- Year: 2015
Wednesday, June 14th, 2017
Article source: mar.s architects
Wine Glass Shop RIEDEL is located in the very center of Prague, Na Příkopě street. The shop has excellent RIEDEL wine glass in its range of products. The task was to create an environment that will excel in the purity and beauty of the glass. Therefore, the materials are used in their original form, i.e. coarse and “imperfect”, which are in contrast to the perfect glass. Wall covering is made of oak wood, the niches with exposed glass are made of natural black sheet, the floor is concrete. The entire interior is complemented by a wall made of steel pins, where selected wines are placed and the entire space is dominated by a steel wall with a built-in wines. The area is illuminated by industrial lights that enhance the atmosphere. The shop is very often used for wine tasting.
Image Courtesy © Boysplaynice photography
- Architects: mar.s architects
- Project: Wine Glass Shop RIEDEL
- Location: Slovanský Dům, Na Příkopě 22, Prague 1, Czech Republic
- Photography: Boysplaynice photography
- Investor: AD VIVUM s.r.o.
- Supplier of interior: Element-interior
- Industrial lights / Industrial antik
- Wine glass/ RIEDEL
- Area: 65m2
- Realization: 7-8 2016