Archive for the ‘Winery’ Category
Saturday, October 24th, 2015
Article source: Ignacio Quemada Architects
The Campo Viejo Winery lies on a plateau on the River Ebro valley, the Rad de Santa Cruz, which is covered by 37 hectares of undulating vineyards with marvellous views in all directions. The programme is split into two parts, which means that the visiting area is located on the vineyard, château-like, whereas the winery, which covers a surface area of 45,000 m², cannot conceivably be sited on the hill, but is built into it, like a work of land art, and is concealed from the vineyard.
Image Courtesy © Duccio Malagamba
- Architects: Ignacio Quemada Architects
- Project: Campo Viejo Winery – Juan Alcorta Winery
- Location: Logroño, Spain
- Photography: Duccio Malagamba
Thursday, October 8th, 2015
Article source: Real Engineering d.o.o.
RENOVATION OF HISTORIC, monumental protected building, is always difficult architectural task. ABOVE ALL, SUCH, that in space has traditionally been a so-called “LANDMARK”. LOCATION of marking and location of orientation.
Image Courtesy © Real Engineering d.o.o.
- Architects: Real Engineering d.o.o., ROK Klanjšček, u.d.i.a. architect
- Project: CASTLE “GREDIC”
- Location: Brda, Slovenia
Tuesday, October 6th, 2015
Article source: Arq. Alberto Tonconogy
From the beginning, the Master Plan of this property was conceived in various phases of development: hotel, bungalows, villas and winery.
It’s difficult to achieve this organic process when embarking on nature and environmental projects.
In any complex project, resolving unknown issues can lead to even superior results.
Image Courtesy © Arq. Alberto Tonconogy
- Architects: Arq. Alberto Tonconogy
- Project: HOTEL CASA DE UCO
- Location: Valle de Uco, Tunuyán, Mendoza, Argentina, Ruta 94 KM 14. Latitude 33º 65´53”, Longitude 69º 16´55”
- CONTRIBUTORS: Arq. Martina Veiga, Arq. Nicolas Bozzano, Arq. Alexia Biaus, Arq. Gustavo Arditi, Arq. Elena Toso, Arq. Mariana Cavalli, Arq. Soledad Allegro
- PROJECT & CONSTRUCTION: 2012 – 2014
Tuesday, September 1st, 2015
Article source: Serrano Monjaraz Arquitectos
Wine cellars have been transformed over the years creating a series of parallel activities to the operation of the vineyard that now mark a challenge of developing a program that allows that these two activities are carried out at the same time.
Image Courtesy © Serrano Monjaraz Arquitectos
- Architects: Serrano Monjaraz Arquitectos
- Project: Viñedo De Coté
- Location: Ezequiel Montes, Querétaro, Mexico
- Architect in Charge: Juan Pablo Serrano Orozco, Rafael Monjaraz Fuentes
- Project Year: 2014
Friday, July 24th, 2015
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
Sunday, June 21st, 2015
Article source: Foster+Partners
Following a strategic masterplan, the practice has completed the first new visible building on the estate since the Château and the existing cellars were completed two hundred years ago. In addition to a large new winery, the Nouveau Chai, the project includes a new Vinothèque, and the refurbishment of existing buildings and the historic Orangery – together, these provide state of the art facilities to support this leading wine producer in its continued quest for excellence.
Image Courtesy © Nigel Young_Foster + Partners
- Architects: Foster+Partners, Norman Foster
- Project: Launch of new winery for Château Margaux
- Photography: Nigel Young_Foster + Partners
Friday, April 24th, 2015
Article source: dagliatélier d’architecture
The winery ALICE HARTMANN builds a new wine center and visitors’ facilities on their estate in Wormeldange, Luxembourg. As a result of extensive international success crowned by awards like the “best of Riesling 2010” and several gold medals, the winery has decided to expand and modernize its facilities.
Image Courtesy © Jörg Hempel
Wednesday, March 4th, 2015
Article source: ORA (Original Regional Architecture)
The refurbishment of the wine cellar in Vrbovec was our first project. The builder is a wine grower and father of Barbora.
Final design is based on the sketch of the investor who was completely sure how the wine cellar should look like. We designed a new entrance hall with a small kitchen and toilet in the area where the old cabin used to be. We cleaned more than hundred years old underground part and kept it in its original state. The biggest change is new three meters wide skylight which brings sunlight down to the cellar. We recycled old vineyard posts (very similar was used on the borders with Austria during the Iron Curtain time) to build a new archive for bottles. The archive remains the vineyard.
Image Courtesy © ORA (Original Regional Architecture)
Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015
Article source: Kreatif Architects
Torbalı is located about 40 km away from Izmir in southeast direction and does have very fertile agricultural lands. The city of ancient Metropolis in the Mediterranean climatic region was accepted as one of the famous Aegean wine centers, owing to the favorable geographical peculiarities during the ancient ages.
Image Courtesy © Cemal Emden
- Architects: Kreatif Architects
- Project: LA Winery
- Location: Torbali, Izmir, Turkey
- Photography: Cemal Emden
- Design Team: Aydan Volkan, Selim Cengic, Gorkem Volkan, Evren Yildirim, Ayse Akbas
- Structural Engineering: Bürostatik
- Mechanical Engineering: Tema Engineering
- Electrical Engineering: Enkom Engineering
- Client: LA Wines
- Covered area: 4.000m2
- Project start-end: 2010
- Construction start-end: 2012-2014
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