Archive for the ‘Wine Shops’ Category
Wednesday, May 17th, 2017
Article source: Paulo Martins, Arqto
Based on minimalistic and pure lines, this wine house project, located in Aveiro, is characterised by a plane that is at the center of the design, which flows around the entire space.
Following a gardened furniture at the entrance of the space (which is an allusion to the vineyards), the focal point becomes the flowing plane, which guides the eye through the space, passing by the exhibited wine bottles, and ending at the main counter desk.
The wine house is divided in two floors: the top floor with a more private space, where wine tasting and workshops can be conducted, and the ground floor dedicated to the comercial activity of the shop.
Image Courtesy © Ana Tavares
- Architects: Paulo Martins, Arqto
- Project: AR Vinhos
- Location: Aveiro, Portugal
- Photography: Ana Tavares
- Colaborators: Sílvia Ferreira
- Area: 70m2
Tuesday, October 27th, 2015
Article source: Kebony
Situated deep in the idyllic and peaceful Alentejo wine region of Portugal, the Torre de Palma Wine Hotel (link is external) is, for the first time, welcoming guests to experience the ultimate wine tasting and adventure holiday. Guests are invited to experience the majestic history of the manor house, its vineyards and wine making process and the many adventurous activities on offer. The hotel has been painstakingly restored to fuse past and present offering luxury alongside a tradition. The hotel was renovated with a view to the future; sustainability informed the choice of materials, such as Kebony wood, and renewable energy sources are used throughout.
Image Courtesy © do mal o menos
- Architects: Kebony, João Mendes Ribeiro, Luísa Bebiano
- Project: Unique Wine Hotel in Portuguese Alentejo
- Location: Alentejo, Portugal ( Alentejo wine region of Portugal )
- Photography: do mal o menos
- Complete: 2015
Friday, August 1st, 2014
Article source: Latitude Studio
ZhengZhou International Wine Trade Centre will be located in ZhengZhou East New District,Henan Province, China. This enterprise has the main purpose of promoting wine culture in China by bringing a representation of wines from all over the world. It will involve the construction of a complex of a Wine Museum; Wine Trade Centre Office Complex and 100 Pavilions representing a whole range of different countries.
Image Courtesy © Latitude Studio
- Architects: Latitude Studio
- Project: Wine Trade Center
- Location: Zhengzhou, China
- Program: 550,000 square meters office and commercial space
Saturday, January 25th, 2014
Article source: FRAN SILVESTRE ARQUITECTOS
Vegamar Selección Wine Shop, located on the main shopping street of town, is a space for wine tasting and sales.
The project aims to transmit the quality of the exposed products, as well as to maximize the feeling of amplitude inside the shop.
Dark, glossy panels are chosen for vertical surfaces. Due to their tone and reflections, they blur the spatial limits of the establishment, making it seem bigger than what it really is. The colour of this material also refers to the colour of the displayed wines. These vertical surfaces lodge storage space and allow for a regularization of the available geometry.
Image Courtesy © Diego Opazo
Saturday, November 17th, 2012
Article source: Boué Arquitectos
Boué Architects team, led by Gerardo Boué, Oliva project development, a concept Deli-restaurant and wine shop specializing in gourmet and kosher food, which is located in Bosques de las Lomas. The development of the project is over 3 floors, the basement where the wineries, the first level where the restaurant and deli located and the second level where the kitchen was installed and inaugurated in December 2011.
Image Courtesy Boué Arquitectos
- Architects: Boué Arquitectos
- Project: Oliva
- Location: Bosques de las Lomas, Mexico
- Architects: Gerardo Boué, Agustín Funcia
- Photos: Boué Arquitectos
Tuesday, September 25th, 2012
Article source: Kokaistudios
Kokaistudios designed the two thematic Etc Wine Shops, a new brand created by high end wine distributor Altaya in Hong Kong, China. The intent of the brand is to create an innovative way to support wine culture in Asia where the fast rising interest in wine has led to a proliferation of wine retailers characterized by very traditional cliché designs.
Image Courtesy © Etc, New & Old Studios
- Architects: Kokaistudios
- Project: Altaya Etc Wine Shops
- Location: Hong Kong, China
- Designed by: Kokaistudios
- Interior: Filippo Gabbiani, Zoe Lee, Mark Shen, David Liu
- Client: Altaya Wines Limited
- Area: 240 sqm
- Completion: May, 2012
- Photograph: Etc, New & Old Studios,