Grapevine House Wine Testing Facility

Architecture Design Award Winner.
Awarded Silver for Good Architecture, Building and Structure Design.

Grapevine House Wine Testing Facility
by Peter Stasek Architect

  • Awarded April 15, 2014
  • CLIENT: Winemaker Association
  • 7.048

Grapevine House in form of an abstract grape, which is almost free pending about the vineyard. His main supporting element generated by a digital fabricated column represent a homage to an old grapevine root. The continuos glas front of the Grapevine House is open in all directions and enables the immediate landscape experience of the vineyard. A visual taste enhancement of all testing wines should be granted in this manner.

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Grapevine House Wine Testing Facility

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Grapevine House Wine Testing Facility

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Grapevine House Wine Testing Facility

Peter Stasek Architect

Designer of Grapevine House Wine Testing Facility


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Interview with Peter Stasek Architect on Grapevine House Wine Testing Facility

What is the main principle, idea and inspiration behind your design?
Old grapevine root in form of a digital fabricated scultpure generates the single supporting column of the building and symbolize coevally the main building function: wine testing facility
Why did you design this particular concept? Was this design commissioned or did you decide to pursuit an inspiration?
It is the assumption of nature motives as supportive and essential elements of a building at the same time.
What made you design this particular type of work?
There is less and less building land and the existing one should be treated very gently.
What sets this design apart from other similar or resembling concepts?
Most wine pavilions are orthogonal in design and are already placed on the floor. The shape of our pavilion represents the abstraction of a grape leaf held in the air by a sole in the form of a vine root.
What is the role of technology in this particular design?
The technology is very important The wine root is to be implemented in the form of 3d metal printing.
Is your design influenced by data or analytical research in any way? What kind of research did you conduct for making this design?
Here only the fact mattered that most wine pavilions seem like foreign objects on the vineyard.

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