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Champagne Maturing Facility in Somló, Hungary by Ekler Architect

Thursday, October 12th, 2017

Article source: Ekler Architect 

The third part of the Somló winery complex is the fermentation facility where the long-term storage, maturing and bottling of champagne takes place. Its plans were made later than those of the other buildings, and its character is consequently somewhat different. It is another artificial hill of a building, but the narrow plot only allowed for the construction of a mere slice of the fully fledged neighbouring structure. Through the “bubble” windows of its longitudinal walls, natural light enters the innermost spaces and filters down into the cellars.

Image Courtesy © BUJNOVSZKY Tamás

  • Architects: Ekler Architect
  • Project: Champagne Maturing Facility
  • Location: Somló, Hungary
  • Photography: BUJNOVSZKY Tamás
  • Project Team: BERKI Bálint, GYŐRI Balázs, KATONA Veronika, KONCZ Árpád, KOVÁCS Péter,  MÓSER Balázs
  • Constructions: Pataky és Horváth Kft
  • Structural Design: E&H Kft
  • Electrical Design: DORTERV Kft
  • Mechanical Design: PHQ Kft
  • Landscape Design: Bojza Bt

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Kreinbacher Champagne Cellars in Somló, Hungary by Ekler Architect

Wednesday, October 11th, 2017

Article source: Ekler Architect 

The champagne making facility is the twin brother of the winery and appears as if it were carved out of the latter’s hill. While different in character, their structures and interiors have much in common. The vegetation covered, reinforced concrete roof of the champagne cellar and its dark grey walls also evoke shapes created by geological forces; the sections and the facades resemble tectonic faults. Its volume creates the impression of freshly rising from the ground. Fermentation takes place underground, processing and administrative work on the ground floor. The large, wide office area overlooks the yard of the plant, while the spacious professional tasting room turns towards the north, offering a view of the hill.

Image Courtesy © BUJNOVSZKY Tamás

  • Architects: Ekler Architect
  • Project: Kreinbacher Champagne Cellars
  • Location: Somló, Hungary
  • Photography: BUJNOVSZKY Tamás
  • Project Team: BERTA Gyöngyi, EKLER Zsófia, KONCZ Árpád
  • Constructions: Pataky és Horváth Kft
  • Structural Design: E&H Kft
  • Mechanical Design: PHQ Kft
  • Electrical Design: Libella 21 Bt
  • Landscape Design: Bojza Bt

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L’And Hotel, Montemor-o-Novo, Portugal by PROMONTORIO

Tuesday, September 26th, 2017

Article source: PROMONTORIO

The project is the outcome of an invitation in 2005 of a family-based wine-making and agro-business company to master plan an innovative resort concept that would combine the rural experience of wine and olive oil production, with the amenities of leisure destination.  With 66 hectares, the site is in the vicinity of the whitewashed town of Montemor-o-novo, in the Alentejo, near the UNESCO-listed city of Évora.  Located on a gentle valley facing South and overlooking the skyline of the town’s medieval castle, the master plan was devised in a system of clustered villas and terraced row-houses reminiscent of the former agricultural compounds of the Alentejo, known as “monte”, which literally means “mount” or “hill” in English; an etymological reference to its topographic condition.  In addition, a small lake cools the air and is used for leisure activities besides serving as a sustainable water-retaining basin for agriculture.

Image Courtesy © PROMONTORIO

  • Architects: PROMONTORIO
  • Project: L’And Hotel
  • Location: L’And Vineyards resort, Montemor-o-novo (Alentejo), Portugal
  • Software used: ArchiCad
  • Interior Design: Studio MK27 w/ PROMONTORIO
  • Landscape Architecture: PROAP
  • Gross Built Area: 2,064 sq.m (main building) and 900 sq.m (townhouse suites)
  • Project Status: 2005 (master planning) – 2011 (built and opened to public)

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COR Cellars in Lyle, Washington by goCstudio

Wednesday, September 13th, 2017

Article source: goCstudio

Seattle-based goCstudio, an architecture studio known for its innovative work and collaborations with artists and craftsmen, has completed COR Cellars winery located in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. The 5,200-square-foot space surrounds a protected exterior courtyard that becomes the heart of the project and welcomes visitors into the new tasting room.

Image Courtesy © Kevin Scott

  • Architects: goCstudio 
  • Project: COR Cellars
  • Location: Lyle, Washington, USA
  • Photography: Kevin Scott
  • Owner: Luke Bradford and Meg Gilbert, corcellars.com
  • Architect’s Project Team: Jon Gentry AIA, Aimée O’Carroll ARB
  • Builder: Chris Poland, Windwood Homes
  • Engineer: Josh Welch, J Welch Engineering LLC
  • Size: 5,200 Square Feet
  • Completion Date: June, 2015

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Ovacık Winery in Izmir, Turkey by Öney Architecture

Wednesday, July 19th, 2017

Article source: Öney Architecture

Located in Ovacik, an area in Izmir, Turkey, covering 2580 sqm harvested land especially for vineyards, oriented towards North-West, South-East axis, the Ovacik winery is designed as a wine manufacturing – aiming to produce 10.000 wine bottles per year- and accommodation center. The North-East facade is facing the vineyards while the South-West facade is facing the Aegean Sea view.

Image Courtesy © Öney Architecture

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Jack Daniel’s Barrel House 1-14 in Lynchburg, Tennessee by Clickspring Design

Tuesday, July 4th, 2017

Article source: Clickspring Design

Most who have visited a distillery know that entering an active barrel house is a profound olfactory experience. Over a period of five or more years, as a barrel of whiskey matures, a portion of its contents is lost to evaporation. This inevitable process, multiplied by thousands of barrels, creates the “angel’s share”, a scent that blankets the building in a delightfully unmistakable aroma. The angel’s share is one of the first characteristics that welcomes visitors to Barrel House 1-14 at the Jack Daniel Distillery.

Image Courtesy © Andrew Pogue

  • Architects: Clickspring Design
  • Project: Jack Daniel’s Barrel House 1-14
  • Location: Lynchburg, Tennessee, USA
  • Photography: Andrew Pogue
  • Software used: Revit, Autocad, and Adobe Creative Suite
  • Lead Architects:  Tuck-Hinton Architects
  • Client: Brown-Forman
  • Project Management: JLL
  • Landscape Architect: Shadley Associates
  • General Contractor: Messer Construction

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Di Sipio Winery in Abruzzo, Italy by Rocco Valentini Architecture

Sunday, April 30th, 2017

Article source: Rocco Valentini Architecture 

The DI SIPIO winery in Ripa Teatina, Abruzzo, Italy, near the Adriatic sea. is inserted in a large wine estate and it’s integrated with the pre-existing Seventeenth Century’s villa and the natural landscape.

external view, Image Courtesy © ROCCO VALENTINI

  • Architects: Rocco Valentini Architecture
  • Project: Di Sipio Winery
  • Location: Abruzzo, Italy
  • Photography: ROCCO VALENTINI
  • Client: Azienda Agricola “Nicola Di Sipio” Ripa Teatina, Italy
  • Collaborators: Chiara Valentini, Milena Vizzari ,Giancarlo Di Sanzo,  Loriana  Zanfrisco, Giuliano Peverati
  • Design Year: 2004-2014

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Bodegas Real Winery in Valdepeñas, Spain by Paredes Pedrosa Arquitectos

Friday, April 28th, 2017

Article source: Paredes Pedrosa Arquitectos

The project is an extension of a 17th century farmhouse and wine cellar in the countryside of La Mancha, which creates a centre devoted to wine culture. A new star–shaped piece is placed in the ancient courtyard, connecting old buildings and new ones. Its large scale is fragmented into smaller open spaces, each of them linked to the new functions around it. The courtyard, centre of the activity of the old farmhouse, is transformed by this star–shaped construction but maintains its character as an exterior space. The peaks of the star open towards the landscape giving entrance to the new complex. In this way the complex acquires a new relationship with the surroundings.

Image Courtesy © Luis Asín

  • Architects: Paredes Pedrosa Arquitectos (Angela García de Paredes, Ignacio Pedrosa)
  • Project: Bodegas Real Winery
  • Location: Finca Marisánchez, Main road from Valdepeñas to Cózar km.12,8, Valdepeñas, Spain
  • Photography: Luis Asín
  • Client: Bodegas Real
  • Project team: Alvaro Rábano, Alvaro Oliver, Andrea Franconetti
  • Interior design: Quinita Cotorruelo
  • Architect on site: Teresa Díaz

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The Wine Ayutthaya in Thailand by Bangkok Project Studio

Sunday, April 23rd, 2017

Article source: Bangkok Project Studio 

Situated on a bank of the Chao Phraya River in Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province, The Wine Ayutthaya is a new leisure place for wine drinkers. The building was constructed to become a new tourist attraction in hopes of stimulating the economy of local communities surrounding this world heritage site, which was the capital city of Thailand 400 years ago. The building is a product of architectural creativity and environmental context molded into a magnet for tourists.

Image Courtesy © Spaceshift Studio

  • Architects: Bangkok Project Studio
  • Project: The Wine Ayutthaya
  • Location: Ayutthaya, Thailand
  • Photography: Spaceshift Studio
  • Client: Soraya Visitsopa
  • Architect: Boonserm Premthada
  • Design team: Nathan Mehl
  • Main contractor: Local craftsman
  • Consultant: Boonserm Premthada
  • Built area: 215 sq. m.
  • Completion date: 24 March 2017

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Otazu Wine Cellars in Navarra, Spain by James & Mau

Wednesday, March 15th, 2017

Article source: James & Mau 

The design of the cellars reflects the three necessary steps for wine production. The first pavilion is a wooden gable roofed structure which shelters grapes as they are fermented in huge steel shells. A second buried space hosts the barrels in a grid of 3×3 concrete vaults of a great tectonic nature. In this spectacular place time detains both for the purpose of wine maturation as well as for a spectator who finds himself in these surroundings. Given that the space is buried, a constant temperature is achieved without need for inputs of heat or cold. Finally, the third pavilion is identical to the first one, it is the home to the last process of the wine production. Here, the bottling and storing of the wine takes place before bringing it to the surface again for its eventual distribution.

Image Courtesy © James & Mau

  • Architects: James & Mau Collaboration with Architectural Studio of Jaime Gaztelu Quijano
  • Project: Otazu Wine Cellars
  • Location: Navarra, Spain
  • Built: 2000

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