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The Vineyard Hogl by Ludescher-lutz Architects

 - Jun 23, 2015
References: elmar-ludescher.at & swipelife
Vineyard Hogl is a structure built near the Wachau region in Austria. Created for an added experience to those who travel to the wine orchard, the design at once pays tribute to tradition while adding a modern spin to such areas of interest. Since it adds onto a pre-existing building, the Vineyard Hogl is able to balance between the two quite easily.

Designed by Ludescher-Lutz Architects, the Vineyard Hogl boasts an elegant oak-filled tasting room for guests as well as a production hall where the grapes are processed and eventually barreled before they make it to the hands of the experts. Swipelife writes, "All over the place, plaster walls can be seen with gable accents and other craft elements that are crafts of the region. It also comes with glass surfaces protected with wooden slats."