Maitres Vignerons Wine Store by Vincent Coste, Gassin – France

April 16th, 2015 by retail design blog

Situated to Gassin, to the crossroads of roads leading to the Gulf of Saint-Tropez, this project contains the rehabilitation of a sales area of wine as well as the implementation of a facade allowing a better legibility of buildings. This part of the wanted program, was envisaged through a wide metallic structure allowing the implementation of a wooden meshing (red cedar) allowing to pass the light and bringing a foreground allowing to restore a visual unity to heterogeneous all the existing buildings. The interior design articulates around a welcome area handled by the implementation of a grill from which are suspended wide lightings values podia for every domain presented to the customers.


The zone of sale and tasting presents bottles on all the wall surfaces. What allows an emphasis of every product. Wide elements of furniture in oak, drawn specially, articulate the circulation of the customers. The esthetic treatment of the sales area brings a sensation of simplicity by the rigorous and simple using of materials. This bias was motivated by the closeness of the beaches of the golf and the type of mode of consumption of products presented in summer.

Design: Vincent Coste
Photographs: Florent Joliot


via Archdaily

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