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CHEERS! Wine Cellar Design 

Within these pages, wineries and private cellars rub shoulders with wine bars and clubs in a lasting homage to the longevity of the grape!

The storage of wine is a delicate science, balancing requirements of temperature and humidity with space and accessibility. Add aesthetic concerns such as presentation and atmosphere and a complex set of considerations must be weighed.

The architects and designers showcased in Cheers! are experts at meeting this challenge and collaborating with owners to create spaces that perfectly blend form and function. Whether ultra modern or rustic, above ground or below, all exemplify a successful solution to clients' needs.

Includes projects from across the US and Canada, France, Spain, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Austria, Hungary, Slovenia and China.

- Featured Wine Cellars by Designer from A-Z:

3SIX0 Architecture & Desig

Alain Benoit

Architects Collective

Atelier Peter Kis

Barbara Gilbert Interiors

Buckeye Basements, Inc

CCS Architecture

Chester Lindsey Architects

Classic Cellar Design

Concrete Architectural Associates

Crox International Co., Ltd.

Cyrille Druart

D.arc Group + RBA

Della Valle Bernheimer

Dimitris Naoumis

Evelyne Bok

Focus Wine Cellars

H2O2 Wine Cellar Design

Hong Kong Aotus Design Studio

Jacobsen Architecture

Javier Barba

Laidlaw Schultz Architects

Marsh and Associates, Inc.

Mok Design & Associates

Qinghai Damu Dingsheng Environmental Art Design Co., Ltd

Revel Custom Cellars

Sandra Nunnerley

Shanghai Dada Interior Design Studio

Shenzhen Meijing Technology Co., Ltd.

StoreFriendly Logistics Holdings Limited

Studio Kalamar

Thomas Warner Wine Cellars

Timothy Corrigan

Trade Mark Design & Build

Traverse Architectural Group

Werner Tscholl

TVS Wine Cellars

TVS Wine Cellars/ Eric Hedlund Design LLC credit


Wu Xiaowei Design Firm

Veste editoriale: Cartonato con Sovraccoperta
Formato: 25,4x30,5
Pagine: 296
Immagini a colori: 400
Lingua: GB
Anno: 2012

ISBN: 9789881574350