Scandinavian cave
 
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Positioned on top of a winding hillside road, this private wine cellar plays within its architectural and geographical environment. Designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry, Opus showcases 12 residential units with a 360° views of the metropolitan city.
 
 

Design
Jean-Baptiste Ponsot
Climate
12°C
Humidity 75%
Back Up Climate Control

Finish materials
Slate Stone
Espresso Walnut Wood
Hairline Black S.S.
Hairline Antique Bronze
Cottage Oak Wood

Key Features
Slate Stone Wall
Concealed Ladder
Mixed Formats Display
Wine Cases Concealed Bearings
Area
3,5m2

Storage capacity
707 bottles
3 person

Achieved
July. 2017
Client
Private

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Surface 3.5 m2
 
 
 
 Material Moodboard
Fig.2 Hairline Black Stainless Steel
 
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Fig.4 Hairline Antique Bronze
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Fig.1 Slate Stone
 
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Fig.3 Espresso Walnut Wood
 
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Fig.5 Cottage Oak Wood
 
 
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Capacity 707 bottles

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The natural slate enhances the geographical location of the cellar against the hill.
 
 
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" Wine cellars also have this therapeutic function to escape from the buzz of the city. Playing with raw textures and architectural grid, the space becomes a divergence between nature and civilization."
 
Jean-Baptiste Ponsot
Design Director