Le Pin winery, Pomerol

Le Pin winery, Pomerol (F) - Robbrecht & Daem Architects - Photo Marc De Blick (c) Robbrecht & Daem architects
Le Pin winery, Pomerol (F) - Robbrecht & Daem Architects - Photo Marc De Blick (c) Robbrecht & Daem architects
Le Pin winery, Pomerol (F) - Robbrecht & Daem Architects - PHoto Marc De Blick (c) Robbrecht & Daem architects

Robbrecht & Daem’s building in the flat vineyards of Pomerol in the Gironde valley is built both above and below ground, the latter area providing a cellar for the wine barrels. At first glance, the structure is a simple and well-engineered barn with a tower that accommodates offices and a  reception. It is only at a second glance that the viewer discerns the incisions and inclinations in the shape of the tower and the roof, the latter offering an indication of the shallow concrete vaults of he cuvier for the wine production on the ground floor.

Author: Christoph Grafe. This text has been published in the Architecture Review Flanders N°11. Embedded Architecture.

Architectenbureau: 

Robbrecht en Daem architecten

Ontwerpers: 

Robbrecht en Daem architecten

Opdrachtgever: 

dhr. Jacques Thienpont

Taal: 

Nederlands, Engels

Straat: 

Rue de la Fontaine

Nummer: 

11

Gemeente: 

Pomerol

Land: 

Frankrijk

Datum oplevering: 

2013

Oppervlakte: 

762 m²

Studiebureaus: 

Didier Lamoureux, Algemene Coördinatie, Libourne
Ecodes, Werfopvolging, Sadirac
Piccin Ingenierie, Ingenieur Stabiliteit, Bergerac
Therm-Inox, Ingenieur Technieken, St-Jean D'Illac

Hoofdaannemers: 

Vidal, Trelissac

Trefwoorden: 

Corporate partners

Retail Estates

Cultural partners

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