|Author||Jan Veisser, Jan Hora, Barbora Hora / ORA Spolupráce: Karolína Cebová, Lukáš Lečko|
|Location||Název vinařství Reisten
Adresa projektu Zahradní 288, 692 01 Pavlov
U1 Interiors, U1 Lighting, Etna
PK TIMBER s.r.o. (Dalibor Poustecký) - terasa
Rebus - stěrky, broušení betonů
|Date of project approval||June 2021|
The new wine bar is located in the former winery premises. We are carving large openings situated opposite one another to open up the views. We are adding an all-glass, oversized bay window where one can relax with a glass in hand. We are cleaning all the surfaces, revealing their rawness. The delicate furnishings are bespoke, woven seamlessly into the structure.
However, the best place to sit is the large oak terrace, screened by a shade sail. The terrace opens up onto a nearby vineyard and provides a view of the sunset over Děvín.
The winery building was designed in 2010 by the architectural studio Burian-Křivinka. However, only a fragment of the winery was built. The result, unfortunately, differs significantly from the project. The new owner wanted to reclaim the winery building and open it to the public. The first step towards revitalisation is the new wine bar in the space of the former warehouse.
The space needed brightening and connecting to the exterior. We cut extensive openings located opposite one another. The viewer can thus see the house from the entrance. From the wine bar area, the viewer is offered two kinds of views - the close sight of the vineyard and the distant scene of the Nové Mlýny reservoir. A swinging door opens onto the terrace, while a large all-glass bay window faces the other side, where one can sit with a glass in hand.
All interior surfaces have been stripped of paint and cleaned to bare concrete. Excessively damaged areas are complemented with cement plastering. The floor has a polyurethane finish in a shade of red wine with a wild texture. Visitors can concentrate on tasting without worrying about spilling anything.
All furnishings are made to measure from steel and oak wood of various stains. A gigantic ellipse-shaped chandelier hangs above the bar, forming part of the winery's visual identity.
Guests can sit on a large bench that integrates custom-made lamps. Their lampshades loosely resemble a demijohn. The bench has a panel behind its back, which improves acoustic comfort of the interior. On the opposite wall is a wine rack. The subtle construction consists of steel bars wrapped with leather straps.
The separate lounge is dominated by a large table and a circular wooden ceiling that hides acoustic panels and integrates lighting. Soil samples from specific vineyards of the Reisten winery are displayed on the walls.
The best place to sit is the large oak terrace, shaded by a shade sail. The terrace opens up onto the nearby vineyard and offers a view of the sunset over Děvín.
|Type and level of certificate||-|
|Is rainwater used for irrigation?|
|Is rainwater used for other purposes, e.g. toilet flushing ?|
|Does the building have a green roof / facade ?|
|Is reclaimed waste water used, e.g. from showers and sinks ?|
|Is clean air supply automated ?|
|Is comfortable temperature during summer and winter automated?|
|Is natural lighting guaranteed in all living areas?|
|Is artificial lighting automated?|
|Is acoustic comfort, specifically reverberation time, guaranteed?|
|Does the layout solution include zoning and ergonomics elements?|
|Does the project use recycled materials?|
|Does the project use recyclable materials?|
|Are materials with a documented Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) promoted in the project?|
|Are other sustainability certifications used for materials and elements?|
|Energy performance class of the building according to the Energy Performance Certificate of the building||C|
|Is efficient energy management (measurement and regular analysis of consumption data) considered?|
|Are renewable sources of energy used, e.g. solar system, photovoltaics?|
|Does the project enable the easy use of public transport?|
|Does the project support the use of alternative modes of transport, e.g cycling, walking etc. ?|
|Is there access to recreational natural areas, e.g. parks, in the immediate vicinity of the building?|