WG Sasbach / Amann|Burdenski|Munkel Architekten

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Architects: Amann|Burdenski|Munkel Architekten
Location: , Germany
Project Team: Rolf Amann, Danica Magin, Kristina Ries
Area: 1,400 sqm
Year: 2013
Photographs: Yohan Zerdoun

Electrical Engineering: W. Greiner, Breisach-Oberrimsingen
Heating, Ventilation And Airconditioning: U. Häberle, Breisach-Oberrimsingen
Structural Engineer: H. P. Henninger, Königsschaffhausen
Preventive Fire Protection: BRM Consulting

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From the architect. More cellars and a new room for degustation were the first reasons for this extension of the cooperative wine growers association Sasbach.

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But the extension also serves the purpose of recalibrating the aesthetic appearance, that befits the outstanding and award-winning wines being grown in the vineyards around the Kaiserstuhl. The modern extension complements the facade of the existing building, mirroring the relation of traditional and new methods in wine making today.

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The golden facade consists of a perforated metal plate, the holes varying in size thereby depicting vine and grapes. Inside the fa̤ade generates a game of light and shadows resembling a canopy of leaves. The heart of the cooperative the barrique cellar Рis hidden underground, like in a treasure vault the wine casks are illuminated leaving the ceiling in darkness.

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Cite: "WG Sasbach / Amann|Burdenski|Munkel Architekten" 06 Sep 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 28 Nov 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=424351>
  • http://my-forex.yolasite.com Croco Dile

    Surprized to see such a contrast in a German project. Great !