nals-margreid winery @ nals, italy

‘nals-margreid winery’ by markus scherer architekt, nals, bozen, italy
image © bruno klomfar
all images courtesy of markus schemer architekt

 

 

italian practice markus schemer architekt has completed ‘nals-margreid winery’, located in nals, bozen, italy, a new facility that

merges of two existing wine production buildings. the previous site consisted of several structures which are now brought
together to facilitate the advanced technologies associated with wine making. the expansion boasts a larger underground cellar,
a cantilevering roof with an origami surface and, a new
barrel cellar in the courtyard providing visitors with a glimpse into the
vinification process. surfaces consist of brown and red concrete to mimic the bordering cemetery stones and wood to coincide
with the natural fabrication of the product.

 


new ajoining space
image © bruno klomfar

adjacent existing cemetery
image © bruno klomfar

adjacent existing cemetery
image © bruno klomfar

existing vinelands
image © bruno klomfar

topography
image © bruno klomfar

interior courtyard
image © bruno klomfar

barrel cellar
image © bruno klomfar

barrel cellar
image © bruno klomfar

barrel cellar
image © bruno klomfar

vinification tower
image © bruno klomfar

vinification tower
image © bruno klomfar

lookout
image © bruno klomfar

exterior view
image © bruno klomfar

via: dezeen.com

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One response to “nals-margreid winery @ nals, italy

  1. I had studied in Bozen for 4 years and I love the way wine yards, castles and modern architecture (like this winery) are brought together, it´s a great region!

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