| By Maria Cruz

Winery in Chianti

In the hills of Tuscany

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A small Tuscan jewel, developing over 1000 sqm, built in a private property already housing a luxury farming tourism project in Castellina, Chianti, Italy. Designed by IB Studio Architects, the project, winner of an ‘American Architecture Prize’ in 2016, emerges from the Italian landscape and an all-embracing hill, opening over the surrounding vineyards. Sharing the mysticism of Tuscany, the winery hosts the entire cycle of wine production, from grape harvesting, fermentation, ageing and filtration, to bottling and, subsequently, tasting and selling the product. The main façade, with its arched stone wall, replicating a natural hill, follows the existing ground levels, while an overlook path on the top adds interest for visitors. The surrounding landscape ends in the garden created from white concrete, local stones, burnished brass finishing and native plants in shades of purple, red and yellow.

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A small Tuscan jewel, developing over 1000 sqm, built in a private property already housing a luxury farming tourism project in Castellina, Chianti, Italy. Designed by IB Studio Architects, the project, winner of an ‘American Architecture Prize’ in 2016, emerges from the Italian landscape and an all-embracing hill, opening over the surrounding vineyards. Sharing the mysticism of Tuscany, the winery hosts the entire cycle of wine production, from grape harvesting, fermentation, ageing and filtration, to bottling and, subsequently, tasting and selling the product. The main façade, with its arched stone wall, replicating a natural hill, follows the existing ground levels, while an overlook path on the top adds interest for visitors. The surrounding landscape ends in the garden created from white concrete, local stones, burnished brass finishing and native plants in shades of purple, red and yellow.

 

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