Designed by Tom Kundig, of Olson Kundig, Martin’s Lane Winery is tucked into a hillside in Kelowna, British Columbia and draws a close parallel between the topography of the land and the gravity-flow winemaking process taking place inside.
Planned with a brief of maximizing views of the valley and enabling a nexus with the environment, the villa for a family of four has been conceived on a plot of land that is deeply contoured with a steep slope towards the valley.
The Correia/Ragazzi Arquitectos’ Alvarinho Houses project provides consequently the guaranty of a better value from the land entry, with the vineyard and the set composed of two volumes that frame and value the existing terraces.
Signum Architecture’s LEED Gold-certified design Odette Estate Winery in Napa Valley has been selected by American Architecture Prize 2017 as an Industrial Building category winner.
For the person who longs to run a vineyard, and own a unique second home with beautiful vistas, this architectural project in southern Portugal has a unique offer. L’AND Vineyards, designed by architects Promontorio + studio mk27 was developed around a central valley of vineyards, olive trees and a lake.
Nature provides everything that is needed to make wine, it is up to humans to embellish and improve it. Thus Sunil Patil and Associates’ Clients wanted to have wine making unit at Akluj, Solapur so that they could produce one of the finest wines.
A new winery and tasting room for COR Cellars that was designed by Seattle-based architecture firm goCstudio. The winery is located in Lyle, Washington, in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area.
This complex, designed by TOTEMENT / PAPER, is located in an old German town in the Kaliningrad region, which was severely damaged during World War II. The modern brandy distillery was built on an empty lot next to a railroad.
The Kleinewelt Architekten team has decided to embrace every function typical for a public facility. “Gai-Kodzor wine is served in any neighbouring restaurant, so it was necessary to come up with some idea that would attract visitors,” says Nikolai Pereslegin.
Located in downtown Chelan, Rocky Pond Winery is designed by SkB Architects to bring a heightened sense of awareness to the winery’s story and their wines. The 2,000-sqft tasting room serves as a sophisticated venue in which to relax and celebrate the experience of wine.
Design: Olson Kundig, Architects. Originally housing a Dr. Pepper bottling plant the architectural design preserves much of the building’s hard-won industrial patina. The design team was inspired by winemaker’s in-your-face attitude to create a raw space.
Design: Olson Kundig, Architects. Tucked into a hillside in Kelowna, British Columbia, the design of the newest winery in the von Mandl Family Estates creates an intimate relationship between the topography of the land and a new gravity-flow winery.
Design: IB Studio. Emerging from an all-embracing hill as it opens over the surrounding vineyards, the project harmoniously integrates with the aesthetics of the Tuscan landscape, sharing its mysticism.
Design: Alexander Brown Architects: Beresford Estates approached the Alexander Brown to create a wine tasting venue that celebrated and showcased their wines. ABA created a building that is functional yet unique, simple yet interactive.
This Turkish winery building design by CM Mimarlik includes production and storage sections as well as service programmes such as laboratories and offices. In addition to this there is a 21 room hotel and spa program.
Design: beebe skidmore architects – The screen porch at Trout Lily vineyard is a 300 sqft open-air structure designed to enhance the experience of life in Oregon’s wine country.
Design: Foster + Partners architects. New photos of the first new visible building on the estate since the Château and the existing cellars were completed 200 years ago: a large new winery building, a new Vinothèque, and the refurbishment of existing buildings and the historic Orangery.
Design: The Buchan Group, Architects. Premium wine brand showcase – polished concrete counters coloured to mirror Hurunui stone from the local riverbed, while the counter dips to follow the alignment of the gully across which the vineyard spans.