The labels were designed for the wine/grape yard of Krisztina Csetvei in The framework of The ‘cégér’ tender. The design, conducted in cooperation with Eszter Laki awarded to be in The top ten.
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As a way of to differentiate the walk flows and the movements through the store three main spaces were designed, one of them on the upper level as a sort of mezzanine, “the main plaza” on the lower level and the “chambers” hallway. In each of these spaces the public should move in different ways and speeds.
The gorgeous colour palette gives the space a stylish bold moody feel because of the contrast with the black paint. In the main restaurant area, original features such as the stunning parquet floor have been lovingly preserved, creating a grand yet homely milieu. This is luxury turned up a notch. On the wall opposite the restaurant‚ is a surface covered along its full width with mirror panels.
The space, in its raw form, was long, hollow, and had high ceilings. Casas built out the shop and used it’s length to his advantage. The architect deisnged a long hallway, where the walls are angled and lined with a high gloss white plastic, black mirror, and vertical slats of raw wood. Wine bottles are held in the wall by cut-out holes, just big enough for the bottle shaft.
Set in the idyllic Krems valley landscape, the contemporary architecture of the Dockner Winery store and tasting center makes a very impressive statement. Nestled perfectly into the immediate surrounding topography, the wine center’s contemporary design is an interpretation of the various geometries typical to the surrounding village.
The cost efficient part of our main conception was “the interior design recycling”, redefining the existing surfaces, furniture and appliances: where the inherited beige coloured stone surfaces were painted black, the seats, being in good conditions, were refreshed with adding new back-rests with different height. The structure of the existing bar was used in the newly designed and reshaped one.