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Winery ALICE HARTMANN by dagli atélier d’architecture

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The winery ALICE HARTMANN builds a new wine center and visitors’ facilities on their estate in Wormeldange, Luxembourg. As a result of extensive international success crowned by awards like the “best of Riesling 2010” and several gold medals, the winery has decided to expand and modernize its facilities.

Winery ALICE HARTMANN by dagli atélier d’architecture

The estate lies in a very exposed location next to the border bridge across the Mosel River between Luxembourg and Germany. The new facilities are built next to the historic Mansion with its subterranean vaulted cellars, and the historic garden in between. The wine center is composed of three floors, one above ground plus two buried. The top floor at the level of the main street houses the wine presses, the intermediate level hosts the visitor center and the vaulted exhibition space with its oak barrels. The lower floor hosts space for wine tanks, bottling process and storage.

Winery ALICE HARTMANN by dagli atélier d’architecture

Winery ALICE HARTMANN by dagli atélier d’architecture

The design concept intends to integrate the volume of the new wine center in the historic gardens by dividing it into several layers, following the slope of the ground. The geometry and colors are extremely reduced. The sharp edges of the slabs are broken into gradients, generating depth and subtle shadows.

ARCHITECT dagli atélier d’architecture, www.dagli.lu

PHOTOGRAPHER Jörg Hempel Photodesign, www.joerg-hempel.de

Winery ALICE HARTMANN by dagli atélier d’architecture

Winery ALICE HARTMANN by dagli atélier d’architecture


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Fotos: Hackl Hofmann Landschaftsarchitekten

Außenraum

Models begrüßen die Besucher der Designers‘ Open. Foto: Tom Schulze

Menschen

Der Schinkelplatz wurde 1837 von Peter Joseph Lenné entworfen und ist nach dem preußischen Baumeister Karl Friedrich Schinkel benannt. Foto: Marcus Ebener

Fassade

Regionaltechniker Daniel Fecke

Unternehmen

Licht und Akustik spielen harmonisch zusammen. Die akustisch wirksamen Pads von Rossoacoustic setzen mit Farbe und Design Akzente an der Decke und nehmen Einfluss auf die gesamte Raumwirkung. Foto: Nikolaus Grünwald, Gerlingen

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