▼场地地形一览 ，the overview of terrain
▼远眺建筑，looking far from the building
The Obelisk Winery was built on the green horizon in southern Czech Republic, with a unique view of Valtice and Pálava Hills where a former border guard platoon was once stationed. National borders once in need of protection are now the site of a beautiful winery and lush vineyards, carefully landscaped and maintained.The design of the winery draws on the traditions and sources of inspiration similar to the ones of the Romantic buildings of the Lednice–Valtice Cultural Landscape. In our case, it was inspired by the image of a classical temple, which was then transformed into an abstract form of a slab supported by three rows of columns – a pavilion standing on a solid plinth. This pavilion gently complements the green horizon and vineyards.The building is divided into two areas– the underground wine production facilities and the above-ground premises which include a wine shop, a hall and a wine tasting room.
▼进入道路与新植的葡萄园相接，the access road will be flanked with newly planted vineyards
▼入口前面的绿植庭院， A green courtyard was formed in front of the entrance
The winery makes their wine using the gravity-flow method which allows wine to stream naturally and eliminates the need for pumps and other machinery. This is the reason the facilities are placed on two underground levels dominated by a tank hall surrounded by storage cellars. The wines produced here, first and foremost, reflect the terroir of the vineyards they come from. They are complex, mineral and distinctive and they mature in wooden casks which give the wines a rich and complex character.
▼拱廊结构围合了整个酒庄展厅，the pavilion is enclosed by an archway
▼上层大厅一览，the hall on the above ground
▼带有欧洲巴洛克和文艺复兴风格的展厅的墙壁和镶花天花板，a wall and ceiling intarsia was inspired by Baroque and Renaissance castle ceilings in Europe
▼嵌花天花板，the detail of intarsia
The visitors’ area of the winery with the wine tasting room and a lounge aims to be an architectural expression of the winery’s philosophy and ideals. We see it as a pavilion– a space of a specific character and atmosphere. Whilst the walls of the Obelisk Winery do not hold any hunting trophies like the walls of the nearby Valtice Castle, they do contain other treasures, those of the Obelisk’s winemaking craft. The contemporary work by a recognised artist made into a wall and ceiling intarsia was inspired by Baroque and Renaissance castle ceilings in Europe. The intarsia reflects the influences of the surrounding vineyards and of Obelisk – the owner’s game preserve.
▼酿酒设备都被安放在两个地下室，the facilities are placed on two underground levels
拱廊结构围合了整个耐候钢建造的酒庄展厅，让其在视觉和概念上都与Valtice, the Reistna Colonnade产生联系，并可远观Pálava山和 Mikulov小镇。天然石材，水泥，橡木与玻璃，钢材和不锈钢材料结合运用，这些传统的材料因其特别的工艺和性能特点可以自然的融入到整个景观中。
The corten steel pavilion, with large-scale glazing, is enclosed by an archway. The winery is both visually and conceptually associated with Valtice, the Reistna Colonnade, and the panoramic view of the Pálava Hills and the town of Mikulov.The natural materials of stone, concrete and oakwood are combined with glass, steel, and corten steel. These traditional materials were chosen both for technical reasons, and for their other exceptional properties – they age naturally in appearance and gradually blend in with the landscape.
▼上层的葡萄酒商店，a wine shop on the above ground
▼上层的品酒区域，a wine tasting room on the above-ground
▼少量的休息室空间，a few lounge areas
The winery is surrounded by an extensive cultural landscape formed between the 17th and the 20th centuries, on the estate of the Lichtenstein family, the unique character of which we wanted to preserve and promote. This is also the reason most of the winery is hidden underground. The part of the winery that is above-ground is slightly protruding over the vineyards when observed from the direction of Valtice. The trees on the winery grounds were mostly preserved and the access road will be flanked with newly planted vineyards. A green courtyard was formed in front of the entrance – a piazzetta fitted with seating and awaiting its own work of art.
▼通往地下的楼梯空间，the staircase to the underground
The chief principle we observed when designing the winery was respect for the entire Lednice–Valtice Cultural Landscape, the vineyards, the work of those who are no longer among us but whose craft and skills we admire to this day. We aim to preserve and develop this quality and tradition.
▼场地平面图，the site plan
▼底层平面图，underground floor plan
▼首层平面图，ground floor plan
▼ 建筑西北立图，the northwest elevation of the building
▼ 建筑东南立图，the southeast elevation of the building
▼ 建筑东北立图，the northeast elevation of the building
▼ 建筑剖面图，the section of the building
Architect: AiD team a.s.
Team: Pavel Bainar, Hana Bainarová, Martin Klásek, Pavlína Klubalová, Jitka Nováková
Interior: Hana Bainarová
E-mail, web firstname.lastname@example.org, www.aid.as, www.basarch.cz
Address: Netroufalky 7, 625 00 Brno
Client: Vinařství Obelisk s.r.o., www.vinarstviobelisk.cz
(Contact person: Ing. Aneta Ehrenbergerová, email@example.com)
Implementation 09/2016 – 10/2017
Area: Built-up area – 2100m², usable area – 3490m²
Photography: BoysPlayNice /www.boysplaynice.cz
Interior art: Natalie Perkof, www.natalieperkof.cz
Building contractor: Kalab spol.s.r.o.
Interior contractors: Dřevomonta s.r.o., Dýha Max s.r.o., F&T stolařství v.o.s., DaK INTERIÉRY