Wine by Design

Author(s): Sean Stanwick

Architecture/Interiors

There is a revolution currently underway in the world of wine. Established and new vintners are discovering the dual marketing advantage of coupling exquisite, name-brand designer architecture with the winery tour. Internationally renowned architects, such as Frank Gehry, Herzog and de Meuron, and Santiago Calatrava, have all designed wineries that focus on the experience of wine production for the visitor while providing brand recognition in the form of architecture. Celebrating the new alignment that the wine industry is making with design, "Wine by Design" highlights the most exciting new designs for wineries and spaces of wine from throughout the world including Australia, Chile, USA, Canada and the established vineyards of Europe. It also emphasises the way design is making headway into wine retail and wine bars, as well as the trend for conspicuously displayed spaces for the storage and consumption of wine.

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"...a coffee table tome that highlight all the best in modern winery design" (Class magazine, March 2006).

Sean Stanwick is a Design Architect and Associate with Farrow Partnership Architects Inc., in Toronto, Canada. A self-proclaimed urban archaeologist, he has a particular interest in the themed spectacular. Sean is also an instructor with the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada's Architectural Syllabus Programme. A frequent contributor to Architectural Design, he writes for architectural journals worldwide. Loraine Fowlow is Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Architecture at the Faculty of Environmental Design at the, University of Calgary. She is an award-winning academic writer with a focus on the area of the (in)authentic environment. She has lectured internationally on the subject. Her architectural design work has been published in World Architecture, Canadian Architect and Azure. She is also a frequent contributor to Canadian Architect magazine.

Acknowledgements. Foreword. Preface. Introduction. BRAND THE VINE. Introduction. Marquis de Riscal by Gehry Partners, LLP. Bodegas Ysios by Santiago Calatrava Architects. Bodegas Julian Chivite by Rafael Moneo Architect. Clos Pegase by Michael Graves Associates. Dominus by Herzog & de Meuron Architects. Azalea Springs by Morphosis Architects. Lopez de Heredia Vina Tondonia by Zaha Hadid Architects. Petra by Mario Botta Architect. Le Clos Jordanne by Frank O Gehry Architects. NEW VINTAGES. Introduction. Diszn by Ekler Architect. Bodegas Enate by Jesus Manzanares Architect. Loimer by Andreas Burghardt Architect. Bodegas Otazu by Jaime Gaztelu Quijano Architect. Bodegas Juan Alcorta by Ignacio Quemada Architect. Cantina Rotari (MezzaCorona) by Alberto Cecchetto Architect. Weingut Leo Hillinger by Gerda and Andreas Gerner Architect. Bodegas Baigorri by Inaki Aspiazu Iza Architect. Alois Lageder by Abram & Schnabl Architects. YOUNG TERRIOR. Introduction. Palandri by Donaldson & Warn Architects. Evelyn County Estate by Philip Harmer Architects. Peregrine by Architecture Workshop. Jackson-Triggs Niagara Estate by Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg Architects (KPMB). Bodegas Prez Cruz by Jos Cruz Ovalle Architects. Opus One by Johnson Fain. Byron by Johnson Fain. Artesa by Domingo Triay Darder, Naxal Arquitectura, S L. Quintessa by Walker Warner Architects. Roshambo by Jacques Ullman Architects. Bodegas Catena Zapata by Pablo Snchez Elia Architect. Shadowfax by Wood Marsh Architects. BEYOND THE VINEYARD. Introduction. Loisium Visitors Centre by Steven Holl Architects. Solo Vino Wine Bar by Giner + Wucherer Architects. The White Tower Restaurant by Elumin8 / Speirs and Major Associates. Prince Wine Store by Chris Connell Interiors. Heid Winery Tasting Room by Christine Remensberger Architect. Project and Architects. Further Reading.

General Fields

  • : 9780470014479
  • : wiley
  • : wiley
  • : October 2005
  • : 287mm X 225mm X 22mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Sean Stanwick
  • : Hardback
  • : 725.2
  • : 224
  • : col. Illustrations