西班牙,Tondonia酒厂展馆/扎哈.哈迪德

 Rafael López de Heredia Tondonia酒厂是西班牙拉里奥哈(La Rioja)地区最古老的和著名的酒厂之一。为了庆祝其成立125周年,他们决定恢复一个非常古老的酒店,它是由该酒厂创始人建于1910年布鲁塞尔的世界博览会,并拆卸保存至今。



2002年,酒厂的主人(创始人的直系后代)发现了美丽的旧酒店,并决定建立一个建筑容纳旧的酒店。它将成为未来的葡萄酒商店,游客可以在这里品尝他们生产的美妙的葡萄酒。展览室是项目所有的内容,它包括三个或更多的品尝室,外加一个洁净室。

有一句格言很适合这个项目:小的开始会带来很大的结果。拉里奥哈的著名的藏酒世家客户找到我们的时候想建造一个能包含旧的酒店的展馆,旧的酒店被发现,需要还原到原有的状态。委托人的曾祖父曾用它参加1910年的布鲁塞尔世界博览会。业主也需要给不断增加藏酒面积。

新建筑将先在巴塞罗那的Alimentaria Fair展览,然后运往Rioja的Haro。在那时,一个文化建筑取代它。它是酒厂过去、现在和未来的一块基石。我们的出发点是从未来决定形式如何演变。我们通过一系列的研究去探索藏酒室如何演化。从这些研究的结果逐步推断出形式。

新馆是展示交易会在Alimentaria在巴塞罗那和以后迁往藏酒在哈罗在拉里奥哈。及时馆所取代,将一个新的扩展的文化建筑。因此这是一个踏脚石,之间的桥梁过去,现在和未来发展的藏酒。我们的出发点是要跳转到未来,以确定如何本会演变。我们这个项目开始了一系列的研究探索如何在藏酒可以演变。从这些工作向后研究馆开始出现串联。

新馆将包含旧的、以木材为材料、采用“fin de scele”风格的小酒店。小酒店成为新盒子中的珠宝。新馆自身也是藏酒室的扩建部分。它也是更大的整体中的一个组成部分。

通过剥洋葱一样的层层推理和各种研究,得出一个容器断面的设计结果。这个断面来自于围绕旧酒店的矩形包围结构扭曲,它类似一个酒瓶。这个结果不是设计的终点,但引人注目,我们已设计出装旧酒的新瓶子。

建筑师:扎哈.哈迪德
地点:西班牙, 哈罗,拉里奥哈,
项目建筑师:Jim Heverin
设计团队:Jim Heverin, Tiago Correia,扎哈.哈迪德
当地建筑师: I.O.A. Arquitectura - Joan Ramon Rius, Nuria Ayala, Xavier Medina, Candi Casadevall
客户:Rafael López de Heredia Tondonia酒厂
结构工程师:简Wernick协会
建筑面积:800平方米
年份: 2001-2006

原文: http://www.archdaily.com/22061/tondonia-winery-pavillion-zaha-hadid/

Tondonia Winery Pavillion / Zaha Hadid

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May 2009

By Sebastian J — Filed under: Structures , Spain, Winery, Zaha Hadid

Rafael López de Heredia Tondonia Winery is one of the oldest and more famous winery in the Spanish region of La Rioja. To celebrate their 125th anniversary they decided to rehabilitate a very old store that the winery founder took to Brussel’s World Fair in 1910 and had been disassembled ever since.

 

In 2002 current owners (direct descendants of the founder), discovered how beautiful the old store was and decided to built an exterior volume to house the old store. This would become the future wine store and a place where visitors could taste the great wines they produce. This pavillion is only part of all the project that will include three more tasting rooms and a cleaning room. More images and architect’s description after the break.

 

The adage that from small beginnings many things may grow applies well to this project. The client, famous family bodegas of Rioja came to us with the intention of designing a pavilion to contain an older pavilion. The old pavilion had been found in their outhouses and restored to its original condition. It had been originally commissioned by the great grandfather for the world fair exhibition in 1910. The proprietors of the bodegas had a long succession of adding their built presence to the tradition of the bodegas.

The new pavilion was to be exhibited at the Alimentaria Fair in Barcelona and afterwards relocated to the bodegas at Haro in Rioja. In time the pavilion would be superseded by a new extension of cultural buildings. As such it was a stepping-stone,a bridge between the past,present and future development of the bodegas. For us the starting point was to jump into the future to determine how the present would evolve. We began this project by a series of studies exploring how the bodegas could evolve. Working backwards from these studies the pavilion began to emerge in tandem.

 

The pavilion would house the past the old pavilion. Made from timber and designed in a fin de scele style the old pavilion became a jewel within a new container. Like a series of Russian dolls the new pavilion itself was to be eventually housed within the new extension at the bodegas. The new pavilion would be just one layer in a larger composition.

Proceeding with this almost onion analogy, various studies led to a container developed in sectional cuts. The section distorts from a rectangle around the old pavilion to a distorted memory shape resembling a decanter. Which was not an intentional end point but once noticed it could not be ignored that we had designed a new bottle for an old wine.

 

Architect: Zaha Hadid

Location: Haro, La Rioja, Spain

Project Architect: Jim Heverin

Design Team: Jim Heverin, Tiago Correia, Raza Hadid

Local Architect: I.O.A. Arquitectura - Joan Ramon Rius, Nuria Ayala, Xavier Medina, Candi Casadevall

Client: Rafael López de Heredia Tondonia Winery

Structural Engineers: Jane Wernick Associates

Area: 800m2

Year: 2001-2006

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