march gut update the stroblkeller winery in austria march gut update the stroblkeller winery in austria
apr 05, 2014

march gut update the stroblkeller winery in austria

‘stroblkeller’ by march gut, austria
image © mark sengstbratl
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the stroblkeller in southern austria converted over from its previous life as an active winery to a 4 story renovated structure representing the weinmanufaktur clemens strobl company. local architects christof mark and marek gut of march gut together with the office of wolfgang wimmer spent a year retrofitting a new purpose into the slowly deteriorating structure, featuring a new storage cellar and presentation area below ground, wine tasting on the main level, food service, terraces, and a temporary bedroom in the floors above. as the project is so closely centered around a topic which requires such meticulous attention, the architects followed par with a renovation and expansion that takes on each existing element as  an intricate piece to the composition as a whole, all the while redefining its interior aesthetic in a more contemporary sense. certain parts of the old building were restored, others changed entirely, and some completely new. the cellar fosters a snug acoustically insulated cavernous environment with muted light- the main level by contrast contains constant views of the vineyards.

 

 

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reception area with views to the exterior vineyards
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original entrance to the cellar
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wine tasting area
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cellar
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bathrooms
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exterior
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