The project's main objective is to redesign the architectural look of a historic company as it is the Santa Margherita winery in Fossalta di Portogruaro (Venice) and give it a contemporary cut, able to express its greatness and strong identity.
Countries: ITALY
Status: Completed
Inaugurazione: 2012
The architectural choices move between tradition and new technologies. The central theme of the intervention, which over time has completed much of the existing complex in a unified and more consistent way, is the great iron white beams, made with a special profile, 1,60 m high and 30 m long. 
The selected cladding to redesign the facility and the office building is made of zinc in two contrasting shades: gray to identify the more technical and operational areas and burgundy, as a celebration to the company's flagship product. 
A backlit wall, made entirely with wine bottles, visually illustrates the relationship between the architecture and the client

Photo credits: Moreno Maggi
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