澳大利亚,Miranda酒厂/Popov Bass事务所

建筑师: Popov Bass Architects

地点:澳大利亚奥克斯利

项目面积:300 sqm

项目年份:2010

摄影:

Kraig Carlstrom

概念构架

山姆•米兰达酒窖的大门是两期工程的第一期。设计任务书要求建造一座现代设施,为来此地区参观日益壮大的葡萄栽培业的游客和美食家提供一个地标性的建筑,从而提高酿酒厂的生存能力。该设施将远离原来繁忙的葡萄酒酿造工厂(生产和挤压葡萄的工厂)而建。

公共与文化利益

本案项目最大限度地面向“雪路”和布莱特街,而王河的冲积平原影响最小。该设施与这里的乡村环境和葡萄园完美融为一体,为社区的人们会面创造了一个空间。

建筑形式与环境的关系

大胆粗放的塔楼像是王河冲积平原上的一个图标,屹立在土坡之后。塔楼为“地下”葡萄酒品尝区提供光线与新风,这会让人想起当地古老的烟草干燥塔楼。二期工程完成时将建成三座塔楼。如果将其看作整体设计的一部分,就会联想到圣吉米尼亚诺的塔楼建筑形式。

这里是Kelly乡村,围绕塔楼三面的带形窗户更能让人想到诺兰的抽象画《Ned Kelly》。


Architects: Popov Bass Architects

Location:Oxley, Australia

Project area: 300 sqm

Project year: 2010

Photographs: Kraig Carlstrom

The Sam Miranda Wines cellar door represents the first of a two-stage project. The brief was for a modern facility that improves the winery’s viability by creating a landmark destination for tourists and gourmands to the region’s growing viticultural industry. This facility was to be constructed away from the existing busy wine-making operations (production and grape-crushing plant).

The project is sited to maximise its exposure from the passing traffic on the ‘Snow Road’ to Bright and cause minimal impact on the King River floodplain. The facility compliments the rural surroundings and vineyards and creates a place for the community to meet.

Sited behind earth berms, the bold tower stands as an icon on the King River flood plain. The tower provides light and ventilation into the ‘subterranean’ wine tasting area and invokes nostalgia of the old tobacco drying towers in the region. There will be three towers at the completion of the second stage. When considered as part of the total scheme, one is reminded of the tower forms of San Gimignano.

This is “Kelly Country” and the ribbon window that wraps around three sides of the tower is reminiscent of Nolan’s abstracted Ned Kelly.