From a dilapidated Meierhof to a modern winery
Shortly after the project was completed, the winery Clemens Strobl at Gut Wagram was presented with the Dezeen Award in the Interior Design category. The team of architects at Destilat Interior Design has also been honoured with the German Design Award 2021.
"As little design as possible", this was the client’s request for the conversion and renovation of the dilapidated Meierhof. The team of architects at Destilat Interior Design reacted to this request with a very reduced colour language and design vocabulary as well as an equally puristic material selection in the industrial style. The connecting element of the two buildings – the sales room on one side and the processing area with delivery area on the other side – is a steel construction built using the Jansen VISS façade steel system, that tapers towards the residential building opposite and references the industrial architecture of bygone days with its narrow sash bars.The interior designers opted for the slender Janisol Arte 2.0 glazing bar system to create the glazed inner wall. ‘In addition to the thermal requirements for this wall, we wanted to work with a profile that most closely matched the appearance of original industrial glazing without sacrificing technical requirements,’ explains Sophie Pfeffer from Destilat.
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