Wine racks line either side of the space surrounded by curved walls and furniture all designed to imitate the shape of wine bottles, barrels and the vaulted ceilings of old wine cellars.
“The circumference shape is very noticeable in the world of wine,” explained the Madrid- and Santander-based studio.
“It can be seen in the wooden barrels that are visible inside the cellars, in the bottles, and in the antique vaulted cellars. Therefore, the circumference introduces us into this world as the leitmotiv of the project.
“The space is perceived as a sequence of wooden ribs in which the circumference shape is even more present.”
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