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If built, it will have onsite vineyards and winemaking facilities to produce up to five million bottles of sparkling wine per year. There will also be a visitor centre, restaurant, coffee shop, and presentation room. Wine Vault, English Wine, Sustainable Transport, Foster Partners, St Emilion, Norman Foster, Vaulting, Amazing Architecture, The Fosters

Foster + Partners proposes winery in Kent with curved green roof

If built, it will have onsite vineyards and winemaking facilities to produce up to five million bottles of sparkling wine per year. There will also be a visitor centre, restaurant, coffee shop, and presentation room.

The Kentish Wine Vault has been designed to sit within the landscape, meaning the majority of winemaking and bottling facilities will be positioned below ground. Concept Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Wine Vault, English Wine, Sustainable Transport, Concept Draw, Foster Partners, St Emilion, Walking Routes

Foster + Partners proposes winery in Kent with curved green roof

The Kentish Wine Vault has been designed to sit within the landscape, meaning the majority of winemaking and bottling facilities will be positioned below ground.

French studio Marc Barani Architectes has built a winery from ochre-coloured concrete on the Les Davids estate in southern France. Chai, Journal Du Design, Stone Blocks, St Emilion, Basement Plans, Ground Floor Plan, Tasting Room, Large Windows, Amazing Architecture

Marc Barani embeds ochre-coloured winery in French vineyard

French studio Marc Barani Architectes has built a winery from ochre-coloured concrete on the Les Davids estate in southern France.

Marc Barani embeds ochre-coloured Les Davids winery in French vineyard. Minimalist Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Architecture Design, Stone Blocks, St Emilion, Organic Wine, Wine Making Process, Basement Plans, Ground Floor Plan

Marc Barani embeds ochre-coloured winery in French vineyard

Marc Barani embeds ochre-coloured Les Davids winery in French vineyard.

For the building's great room, where skylights usher in soft daylight, Thulstrup created a table made of California granite. Walnut Dining Table, A Table, Architecture Details, Interior Architecture, Interior Design, Nordic Interior, Noma Restaurant, Artistic Installation, Screen Design

David Thulstrup revamps Donum Home at Sonoma County winery

For the building's great room, where skylights usher in soft daylight, Thulstrup created a table made of California granite.

Rooms feature neutral colours and earthy materials, such as oak-and-rattan screens designed by Thulstrup, and walls and floors covered in oak. San Pablo Bay, Sonoma Wineries, Walnut Dining Table, Outdoor Sculpture, Screen Design, Sonoma County, Tasting Room, Beautiful Space, Mid Century Design

David Thulstrup revamps Donum Home at Sonoma County winery

Rooms feature neutral colours and earthy materials, such as oak-and-rattan screens designed by Thulstrup, and walls and floors covered in oak.

Granite, oak and rattan are among the materials found in a California winery's hospitality building that has been refurbished by Danish designer David Thulstrup. Noma Restaurant, Maine, Woven Chair, Walnut Dining Table, Artistic Installation, Tasting Room, Wine Tasting, Screen Design, Sonoma County

David Thulstrup revamps Donum Home at Sonoma County winery

Granite, oak and rattan are among the materials found in a California winery's hospitality building that has been refurbished by Danish designer David Thulstrup.

A 1970s vineyard in Oregon wine country has been revamped and extended, with its structures unified by a screen made of slim cedar batons. Industrial Architecture, Modern Architecture, Portland, Oregon, Steel Sheds, Mechanical Room, Cedar Cladding, Wine Tasting Room, Weathering Steel

Ten wineries and tasting pavilions from the United States and Canada

A 1970s vineyard in Oregon wine country has been revamped and extended, with its structures unified by a screen made of slim cedar batons.

Board-marked concrete walls and dark steel define the structures, which are topped by a flat roof. Pavilion Design, Pavilion Architecture, Sustainable Architecture, Minimalist Architecture, Residential Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Landscape Architecture, San Francisco Design, Garden Pavilion

Ten wineries and tasting pavilions from the United States and Canada

Board-marked concrete walls and dark steel define the structures, which are topped by a flat roof.

Large sloped roofs shade the winemaking and tasting spaces below, and channel rainwater into an underground tank to be used to irrigate the land around it. Amazing Architecture, Architecture Design, Wine Tasting Room, Weathering Steel, Glass Structure, Open Fireplace, Corten Steel, Flat Roof, Dezeen

Ten wineries and tasting pavilions from the United States and Canada

Large sloped roofs shade the winemaking and tasting spaces below, and channel rainwater into an underground tank to be used to irrigate the land around it.

California firm Walker Warner Architects has transformed a warehouse into a tasting room for a winery with redwood, cypress and rammed earth. Wooded Landscaping, Off White Walls, Rammed Earth, Outdoor Furniture Sets, Outdoor Decor, Outdoor Rooms, Outdoor Ideas, Outdoor Dining, Indoor Outdoor

Ten wineries and tasting pavilions from the United States and Canada

The dark exterior facade is clad with panels of redwood, stained darker to help the building blend into the shade beneath the trees, while the interiors feature light cypress panelling. Low walls of rammed earth and board-marked concrete divide up the outdoor spaces.

The design of this Napa winery takes its cues from mid-century modernism, with a zig-zag roof covering an outdoor eating area next to a larger wine warehouse. Napa California, Northern California, Amazing Architecture, Architecture Design, Wine Tasting Room, Weathering Steel, Glass Structure, Concrete Forms, Roof Covering

Ten wineries and tasting pavilions from the United States and Canada

The design of this Napa winery takes its cues from mid-century modernism, with a zig-zag roof covering an outdoor eating area next to a larger wine warehouse.

The walls of the original cave, which are lined with sprayed concrete, are strategically exposed throughout the interior and contrasted against the warmth and tactility of the timber. Texas Hill Country, Limestone Caves, Limestone Wall, Live Edge Countertop, Board Formed Concrete, Concrete Walls, Steel Barns, Wood Insert, Weathering Steel

Clayton Korte embeds hidden wine cave into Texas hillside

The walls of the original cave, which are lined with sprayed concrete, are strategically exposed throughout the interior and contrasted against the warmth and tactility of the timber.

Several of the furniture pieces throughout the interior, including the tasting bar and floating restroom vanity, are custom-made from reclaimed cedar wood sourced from a local sawmill. Live Edge Countertop, Board Formed Concrete, Steel Barns, Cabinet D Architecture, Limestone Wall, Wood Insert, Weathering Steel, Steel Fabrication, Interior And Exterior

Clayton Korte embeds hidden wine cave into Texas hillside

Several of the furniture pieces throughout the interior, including the tasting bar and floating restroom vanity, are custom-made from reclaimed cedar wood sourced from a local sawmill.

The entrance is capped with a board-formed concrete portal, which helps to hold back any loose stones or gravel while melding the wooden volume with the irregular surface of the limestone. Limestone Caves, Limestone Wall, Cabinet D Architecture, Interior Architecture, Wine Cava, Live Edge Countertop, Board Formed Concrete, Concrete Walls, Exposed Concrete

Clayton Korte embeds hidden wine cave into Texas hillside

The entrance is capped with a board-formed concrete portal, which helps to hold back any loose stones or gravel while melding the wooden volume with the irregular surface of the limestone.

San Antonio architecture firm Clayton Korte has nestled a wine cellar into the rolling hills of Texas, tucked away in a limestone cave so it disappears into the surrounding landscape. Limestone Caves, Limestone Wall, Texas Hill Country, Wine Country, Wine Cava, Live Edge Countertop, Board Formed Concrete, Exposed Concrete, Steel Barns

Clayton Korte embeds hidden wine cave into Texas hillside

San Antonio architecture firm Clayton Korte has nestled a wine cellar into the rolling hills of Texas, tucked away in a limestone cave so it disappears into the surrounding landscape.