Many wine houses attempt to give off a luxurious vibe in terms of structure and decor, even when it comes to its production spaces, but the Bietighofer Winery has opted for an industrial look. The main material used for the building is raw cement, a product that one would not normally associate with wineries or classy establishments.
However, the aesthetic works well for the company, as the concrete is geometrically shaped and stands out against the traditional surroundings. Most houses in the village looking like something from the early 1900s, so having a winery that goes against this mould is certainly handy to gain attention from passersby. Moreover, using concrete and steel ensure that this building will stand the test of time. Photo Credits: designboom, architekt-burkhard.de
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