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Sattler Winery / Architects Collective

  • 01:00 - 19 March, 2010
Sattler Winery / Architects Collective
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  • Architects

  • Location

    Obere Hauptstraße 10, 7162 Tadten, Austria
  • Project Team

    Andreas Frauscher, Patrick Herold, Richard Klinger, Kurt Sattler
  • Client

    Erich Sattler Winery
  • Contractor

    Gartner Schienerbau GmbH
  • Site Area

    450 m2
  • Area

    300.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2009
  • Photographs

    Courtesy of architects collective

From the architect. The Erich Sattler Winery is located in the village of Tadten, a typical village in the Austrian wine region of Burgenland along the border to Hungary. The property is 12 x 120 m with two existing buildings and a new construction in between. Towards the centre of the village is an existing L-shaped residential building with a courtyard and public access for pedestrians. At the other end of the property in the direction of the vineyards is an existing manufacturing and storage facility with service entrance. In the middle of the property is a new building that is limited by two fire walls and that is used on the ground floor as a barrel room, while the first floor houses a tasting room with kitchen, offices and guest rooms. The interior of the first floor has an east and a west terrace with two long glass facades that allow for flowing inside/outside spaces. The roof terrace above overlooks the village and offer a 360 ° view of the surrounding vineyards, the nearby lakes and the foothills of the Alps.

The ground floor plan of the new building consists of a rectangle and the first floor of a parallelogram, which is oriented east and west. These two basic forms are connected by a series of spatial diagonals and merged into a flowing overall form, creating a number of diverse spaces, views and topographies which are relating to the sun, the patio, and the surrounding environment. The remaining areas of the parallelogram leave the east and west terraces which are used for events and wine presentations. The interior space can be used as a single large space or individual rooms through a large sliding wall and four large doors. In the middle of this space is a free standing pentagon-shaped construction with wooden panels that includes bath rooms and kitchen. The building itself construction consists of concrete and masonry, and wood construction for ceilings and walls. All terraces have wooden floors and the façade of the building is painted dark grey outside and white inside. The orientation of the glass facades, the integrated cantilevered canopies, the possibility to cross ventilation every room and the good insulation allow for a pleasant climate all year round.

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11 Comments

Wei Chao Tee · December 13, 2015

i like how the photograph was taken with wine bottles as the center, so, if it was a house i'd put a sofa/bed/chair in the center too huh.

Michael · March 23, 2010

I find the curvilinear language of the roof slightly at odds with the angular planning and roofscape of the surrounding village. I would be interested to know why the architects chose this form over a pitched one.

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Rouan · March 19, 2010

Sure as heck doesnt look like a Wine district to me...looks completely residential. Well...the Google map tells a different story but I guess its only because its a completely different setup to here in South Africa. Usually farmsteads with their own vineyards but its completely the opposite to the way it is done here.

Not sure what to think of this, still looks like a house to me.

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