Archive for the ‘Winery’ Category
Tuesday, January 6th, 2015
Article source: Signum Architecture
Components: Production + Fermentation, Public Tasting, Private Wine Club Lounge, Viewing Terrace, Kitchen
On the valley floor, this building sits between two mountains, drawing tasters from all sides. Upon entry, guests are drawn into a quieter, darker space, close to the wine making process, and then released back out toward the openness of the valley.
Image Courtesy © Adrian Gregoretti + Tubay Yabut
- Architects: Signum Architecture
- Project: HALL Winery
- Location: St. Helena, California, US
- Photography: Adrian Gregoretti + Tubay Yabut
- Design: Jarrod Denton + Alison Maloney
- Builder: Hathaway Dinwiddie
- Landscape: Office of James Burnett
- Interior Design: Nicole Hollis
Wednesday, December 24th, 2014
Article source: signum architecture
This third winery of the Plumpjack group is expected to produce elegant and feminine wines, which they sought to reflect in the architecture. The side view of the facility evokes the sweeping curve of a swan’s wing, inspired by the Tchaikovsky ballet character Odette.
Image Courtesy © Adrian Gregoruti
- Architects: signum architecture
- Project: Odette Winery
- Location: California, US
- Photography: Adrian Gregoruti
- Software used: AutoCAD, Rhino and SketchUp
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
Friday, June 13th, 2014
Article source: h2o architectes
The unique domaine La Cabotte is located on a hillside surrounded by vineyards and woods looking at the Mont Ventoux appearing on the horizon. The domaine is strongly involved in the respectfull terroir farming and wishes to reunite in one same place three functions: a place to welcome visitors with a space dedicated to wine-tasting, an office and washrooms for the wine growers.
Image Courtesy © Julien Attard
- Architects: h2o architectes
- Project: La Cabotte
- Location: Drôme (26), France
- Photography: Julien Attard
- Program: Wine-tasting pavilion and office of a wine producer
- Client: Private, la Cabotte
- Team: h2o architectes (lead architect) with Cabinet Virtz (quantity surveyor) Nicolas Rappez local architect for construction phase assistance
- Specificity: Wood frame construction
- Surface: SHAB 58m²
- Construction cost”: 110 000 €HT
- Calendar: Delivered december 2013
Tuesday, May 13th, 2014
Article source: Alessandro Isola
The award winning Le Monde winery nestles between the sea and the hills of Friuli in Western Italy, an area steeped in traditional wine culture.
The focus of the wine tasting room project was to create a space devoted to sensory experience and that ensured a constant visual connection with the beautiful surrounding vineyard, via the existing gallery windows.
To enhance this connection two large tasting tables extend in line with the rows of vines that stretch as far as the eye can see outside.
Image Courtesy © Marco Alberi Auber
- Architects: Alessandro Isola
- Project: The Wine Tasting Room for Le Monde
- Location: Pordenone, Italy
- Photography: Marco Alberi Auber
- Design Team: Alessandro Isola, Peter Sawczuk
- Area: 183 sqm
- Year: 2014
Saturday, March 1st, 2014
Article source: Michael Jantzen
The Solar Vineyard Winery was designed to explore the potentials of a large winery that also functions as a solar electric generation power plant. The solar electricity is produced through a large bank of curved photovoltaic solar cells that are elevated above the roof of the winery.
Image Courtesy © Michael Jantzen
- Architects: Michael Jantzen
- Project: The Solar Vineyard Winery
- Status: Unbuilt
Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013
Article source: Tabuenca & Leache, Arquitectos
It was the businessman D.Félix Huarte, who thought of and built the Sarría wine cellar in the fifties. And it was in the cellar, which formed part of the complex´s main building, where wine was once fermented and produced in a wide variety of large cylindrical vats made out of reinforced concrete.
Image Courtesy © José Manuel Cutillas
- Architects: Tabuenca & Leache, Arquitectos
- Project: Bodega de Sarría (Winery and multipurpose room)
- Location: Puente La Reina, Spain
- Photography: José Manuel Cutillas
- Promoter: Bodega de Sarría
- Contributors: Belén Beguiristaín Lahuerta, architects, María Aznárez, Beatriz Gastesi, architecture and construction, engineers, Eguzkia, engineering
- Construction company: Construcciones Grain
- Surface area: 443,47 m2
- Start date: January 2008
- Completion date: June 2008
Thursday, July 18th, 2013
Article source: Raed Abillama Architects
A living spine of revealed processes and experiences, in strict to the wine making process, debuts from within the existing, resorted, 140 year old house, to flow within the layered functional spaces of the wine factory as a exhibited living wine making body. Integrated within the green thick skin of the Basbina outskirts, in a site that overlooks the northern costal lines from its north-western edges, and the cedar lines from its south eastern stretch, the winery synthesises an old exciting resorted feudal house with the factory’s modern built structure. The initial approach focussed on the complete symbiosis of the built with the natural.
Image Courtesy © Géraldine Bruneel, Joe Kesrouani
- Architects: Raed Abillama Architects
- Project: IXSIR Winery
- Location: Basbina, Jbeil, Lebanon
- Photography: Géraldine Bruneel, Joe Kesrouani
- Footprint: 1848 m²
- Built-up area: 5270 m²
- Land area: 25000 m²
- Year: 2012
Saturday, February 23rd, 2013
Article source: Estudio Amas4arquitectura
This project is part of a series of works where we tried to look into a massiveness which liberated space and turned what isn’t done into the main focus. The whole building is articulated by this blank space in the shape of patios, subtractions or voids. Daylight is distributed through indirect and singular openings. Structure is resolved through big superficial components in the form of enclosure.
Image Courtesy © José María Díez Laplaza
- Architects: Estudio Amas4arquitectura
- Project: Pago de Carraovejas Winery
- Location: Peñafiel, Spain
- Photography: José María Díez Laplaza
- Design team: Javier López de Uribe, Fernando Zaparaín, Fermín Antuña, Eduardo García
- Collaborator: Pablo Guillén Llanos
- Consultants: B&P servicios de ingeniería (structural), Agroindus (installations), Jesús Ferreira (landscape), ARCO Contemporáneo (furniture)
- Client: PAGO DE CARRAOVEJAS
- General contractor: Construcciones del Duratón
- Date: Project 2003, Final 2011.
- Built surface: 10.112,09 sqm.
- Urban surface: 9.909,90 sqm.
- Cost: 10.212.559,14 € (no installations. no equipment)
Tuesday, January 15th, 2013
Article source: CEI Architecture
In the spring of 2012, Terravista Vineyards opened the doors of its new winery facility. The boutique winery, located between Penticton and Naramata, was started by Bob and Senka Tennant, the founders of Black Hills Estate Winery. It was designed to suit the production and storage needs of the winemakers, who plan to produce up to 2000 cases of wine a year.
Image Courtesy CEI Architecture
- Architects: CEI Architecture
- Project: Terravista Vineyards
- Location: Naramata, Canada