New Zealand judge architectural MAP Architects has completed work on the construction of an ultra-modern winery, located in the picturesque bay of the North Island of New Zealand.
The structure is a observation deck and the tasting room, which are designed to promote the development of beach in northern New Zealand.
The area of ??the object is 25 square meters. In addition, opportunities were limited by local architects of the rules of construction and landscape.
The task of the authors of the project was the most natural integration of buildings in the surrounding nature, not breaking the horizon. For this purpose, a wine cellar was built into the body of the natural hill.
The new object should not distract tourists and having a rest from beauty of the natural nature, and only to serve as a place where it is possible to stop and try refined wines.
Inside, visitors waiting for a chamber ambience with minimalist aesthetics of the current, which sets the welcoming warmth of a live fire, bred in the heart of the wine cellar.
This modern concrete cellar develops the traditions of the coastal military bunkers, forming a broad wedge that opens up tremendous prospects in the Gulf of Bay of Islands.
Creativity of the authors of the project can be found on the official website of the architectural studio: http://www.modarch.co.nz/index.html