Strobl Winery A Converted Austrian Wine Cellar

By | January 19, 2019
Strobl Winery A Converted Austrian Wine Cellar

Strobl Winery A Converted Austrian Wine Cellar

Triangular angles and flat, glossy surfaces are part of what constitute the delightfully modern architecture of the newly converted Strobl Winery, in Austr.
Triangular angles and flat, glossy surfaces are part of what constitute the delightfully modern architecture of the newly converted Strobl Winery, in Austria.
. with architecture office Wolfgang Wimmer, design studio March Gut converted an old Austrian wine cellar into a satellite location of Clemens Strobl Winery.
The so-called Stroblkeller in Lower Austria, is a former wine cellar. Converted, renovated and enlarged over a one-year conversion period, the building. open and lighter and affords a constant view of the outside directly into the vineyards.
Two-faced Austrian house hides a surprising subterranean wine cellar. 03/27/2015. by Lucy Wang. Flip It Share Tweet Pin Start Slideshow. Start Slideshow.
The recently converted building, called the Stroblkeller, hides a sleek and contemporary interior that dips. wine cellar, Austria, Stroblkeller, Wolfgang Wimmer, March Gut, Clemens Strobl,. The back of the building takes on a sleek angular form and is defined by a large geometric glazed opening that overlooks vineyards.

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