An extreme construction, the Wine Museum in Lavaux by Mauro Turin architects boasts a cliff-hanging experience.
To be located in the wine region of Lavaux in Switzerland, this museum pays tribute to a long tradition of local wine making. The construction "offers a walk in the air, allowing an unforgettable experience of Lavaux, Lake Geneva and the Alps," according to the architect.
This project was imagined by Turin for Hochparterre magazine, a Swiss design publication. It is meant to be tourist attraction that will bring a boost of economic stimulus to the historic site, and has gained enough attention so as to warrant the planning of having this avant-garde construction become reality. The Wine Museum in Lavaux by Mauro Turin architects boasts a sleek aesthetic and breathtaking views.
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