Doluca Winery / Şanal architecture|urbanism

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Architects: Şanal architecture|urbanism
Location: Çerkezköy, Tekirdağ,
Principals: Murat Şanal, Alexis Şanal
Project architects/designers: Begum Öner, Cibeles Sanchez Llupart, Joseph Cele
Client: Doluca Şarapçılık
Design Team: Kaan Sucu, Nazli Ergani, Tim Kovats
Completion: Sept 2011
Building Area: 15,000 sqm
Photographer: Refik Anadol

   

© Refik Anadol

The narrative of wine making is romantic, vivid, and memorable, but when told in organized industrial zone, architecture takes center stage to orchestrate the inmediate environment and inspire the story of wine making. On the factory site is a visitor’s learning center, a botanical garden celebrating the flora of wine-making, the production facility, and management offices. Visitor’s movement through the production facility defines the geometries and materials of the architecture. Wood is used for all engagements with the visitor while the pure oval/circle geometries are used for points of reflection and transformation in the narrative.

© Refik Anadol

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Cite: "Doluca Winery / Şanal architecture|urbanism" 21 Dec 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 02 Sep 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=193608>

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