Archive for the ‘Winery’ Category
Wednesday, July 20th, 2016
Article source: o v – a opočenský valouch architekti
Renewed small brewery in the basement spilka premises of a former brewery. proposal strengthens sculptural qualities of wagon vaulted ceilings and massive walls. Newly punched oval holes combine beer hall with a production area of the brewery and stress Massive brick essence of space. accentuating various cooking operations : Varna, Lauter tun , fermenting room and storage cellar . Light neutral interior gives excel color of the beer glass , ceramics paneled the counter follow the brewing tradition.
Image Courtesy © Luke Žentel
- Architects: o v – a opočenský valouch architekti (George Opočenský, Stephen Valouch)
- Project: Vinohradský Pivovar – Brewery
- Location: Korunní 106, Praha 10, Czech Republic
- Photography: Luke Žentel
- Collaboration: Vojtěch Kratochvíl
Saturday, July 2nd, 2016
Article source: Matteo Thun & Partners
In harmony with nature, the family Longen cultivates the slopes of a Moselle Valley and can look back on a long tradition of generations.
Now they offer an idyll: an orchard – surrounded by orchards. On their property of 6.500 sqm the family provides its guests the most primary way of living that permits to enjoy the structures of a wine and fruit production, the setting of a village and to experience a life in harmony with nature.
Image Courtesy © Matteo Thun & Partners
Thursday, June 23rd, 2016
Article source: NE—AR Nixdorff Etchegorry Architecture Research
NE—AR in collaboration with studioheyhey have completed the construction of the fair stand at the Brau Beviale 2015 in Nürnberg, for Kaspar Schulz. Brauereimaschinenfabrik & Apparatebauanstalt e.K.
The main concept was to focus on the high quality of the pressure and beer tanks from Kaspar Schulz. In this manner, the tanks are featured by designing an integrated and atmospheric background to them using haptic materials.
Image Courtesy © NE—AR Nixdorff Etchegorry Architecture Research
- Architects: NE—AR Nixdorff Etchegorry Architecture Research
- Project: Kaspar Schulz Fair Stand
- Location: Nürnberg, Germany
- Client: Kaspar Schulz. Brauereimaschinenfabrik & Apparatebauanstalt e.K.
- Team Credits:
- Design: NE—AR Nixdorff Etchegorry Architecture Research: Luis Etchegorry, Lars Nixdorff.
- Visual Communication: studioheyhey: John Russo
- Building Surface: 120m²
- Site Surface: 120m²
- Phase: Built
- Year: November 2015
Friday, June 17th, 2016
Article source: Inhouse Brand Architects
Anura Vineyards, a breathtaking South African wine farm situated in the Cape Winelands, has revealed spankingly modern interiors for its new events venue. Nestled between the towns of Paarl and Stellenbosch, this venue provides more than just idyllic surroundings and award-winning wines – it offers a contemporary design direction in a landscape usually associated with traditional architecture.
Inhouse Brand Architects
Thursday, June 2nd, 2016
Article source: v2com
Brecon Estate Winery was bestowed a Merit Design Award for Architecture at the 2016 San Francisco AIA Design Awards. The winery, remodeled by Aidlin Darling Design, is located on the “Emerald Necklace” of Paso Robles’ progressive wine growing region. The jury noted that the real strength of the project is in its simplicity and its restraint; “The crisp detailing and carefully composed materials make this just a stunning project through and through.”
Northwest Elevation, after renovation, Image Courtesy © Adam Rouse
- Architects: Aidlin Darling Design
- Project: Brecon Estate Winery
- Location: Paso Robles, California, USA
- Photography: Adam Rouse
- Software used: Vectorworks
Saturday, May 28th, 2016
Article source: INMAT ARQUITECTURA
The old cellar where we developed this project, funded by the European Union, belongs to a landmark building called “Casa de la Tercia”, constructed in the 7th century and located in the small town of Cehegín in Murcia´s hilly interior.
The cellar is located on the semi basement of the building.
Image Courtesy © David Frutos
- Architects: INMAT ARQUITECTURA (Jose Luis Lopez Ibáñez)
- Project: Cehegín Wine School
- Location: Cehegín, Murcia, Spain
- Photography: David Frutos
- Software used: AutoCad and Sketchup
- Owner: EXCMO. AYUNTAMIENTO DE CEHEGÍN, MURCIA-(Cehegín City Hall- Project financed by Funds FEADER, Comunidad Autónoma de la Región de Murcia y Excmo. Ayuntamiento de Cehegín.)
- Budget: 274.216.-€
- Total Square Footage: 342,75m2
- Date Project Completed: 25th October 2013
Thursday, March 31st, 2016
Article source: AcMe Studio
Oak barrels of the Zymé winery’s pure organic wine ages in the karstic caverns found in an ancient sandstone quarry in San Pietro in Cariano, in the historic Valpolicella growing area. Here, living rock – geological layers marking the history of the earth’s movements – freezing water rising from an underground spring – are folded into architect Moreno Zurlo’s design. Top quality wine is produced with sustainable production methods and careful attention to detail, by a winery with a warm welcome visitors, maturing in underground areas of fragrant oakwood and Corten stell.
Image Courtesy © Jurgen Eheim – Stefano Gasparato
- Architects: AcMe Studio
- Project: Moreno zurlo
- Location: Verona, Italy
- Photography: Jurgen Eheim – Stefano Gasparato
- Client: Cantina Zymè di Celestino Gaspari s.a.s.
- Project engineering: Marco Montresor engineer
- Collaborators: geom.Daniele Salvador – arch.Andrea Malesani resp.sicurezza
- Project acoustic: Travaglini Ivan engineer
- Operating cost: 6 million euro
Sunday, March 27th, 2016
Article source: v2com
The Titus brothers reached out to MH Architects to explore the concept of a new winery facility located in Napa Valley in 2012. The client’s stated goal was to express the spirit of Titus Vineyards wine through the architectural components of the winery design. MH Architects responded with a series of design iterations before narrowing the focus toward a design that best matched the client’s needs. During the process, architect and client reviewed the basics of production flow, matched hospitality requirements with current trends in the wine tourism industry, and created a building aesthetic which captured brand identity. The design team worked closely to accommodate the complex layout of shiny fermentation tanks which catalyze anaerobic reactions under the same roof which hosts aesthetically-conscious guests with discerning palates.
The Southwest corner of Titus Winery is characterized by the covered hospitality area overlooking surrounding vineyards. Exterior materials include cedar soffits, concrete board-form tilt-up walls, gunmetal blue panels above windows, and anodized aluminum window frames, Image Courtesy © Technical Imagery Studios
- Architects: MH Architects (Matt Hollis, Principal + Lead Designer)
- Project: Titus Vineyards
- Location: 2971 Silverado Trail N, St Helena, CA 94574, USA
- Photography: Tim Maloney, Technical Imagery Studios
- Client: Titus Vineyards
- Project Manager: Helen Vasquez, MH Architects
- Civil Engineer: Mike Muelrath, Applied Civil Engineering Inc.
- Structural Engineer: Rich Burris, Structural Design Group (SDG)
- Contractor: Steve Kilgannon, Facility Development Construction (FDC)
- Year: Began in 2012, Construction 2014-2015
Tuesday, February 9th, 2016
Article source: Chybik + Kristof Architects & Urban Designers
The winery is composed into the scenic South Moravian countryside scattered with vineyards. The structural scheme is based on the width of the row of grapevines and runs through the whole house. In the representative wine tasting room, the vineyard and an archetypal arched room, referring to the wine cellars in that region, intersect orthogonally. Wine making is concentrated in two horizontal buildings, the winery thus gives the impression of being lightweight in relation to the countryside.
Image Courtesy © Chybik + Kristof Architects & Urban Designers
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