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The World Winery Collection

The World Winery Collection

A travel guide to contemporary architecture all over the world

Edited by Luca Molinari


Released 12th Oct 2020
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  • Explores more than 30 architecturally relevant wineries around the world
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This survey of contemporary winery architecture around the world profiles 30 wineries, and explores how the new generation of growers are incorporating a thoughtful approach to architectural design into their wider public-facing identity and mission. Following his earlier book, which explored winery architecture in Italy, the author has selected wineries in Europe, Asia, Africa, America and Oceania to illustrate how quality and sustainability have become priorities in the construction process. Responding to the increasing interest in travelling to see first-hand where wine is produced, he examines how wineries are creating well-designed and engaging spaces that are in tune with the surrounding landscape, highlighting the connection between the building, its surroundings, and the agricultural community.

About the Author
Luca Molinari is a curator and writer, in addition to his academic career and research activities. He has been teaching History of Contemporary Architecture at SUN, (Seconda Università degli Studi di Napoli) since 2007 and is currently a visiting professor at the Cornell University of Architecture, Art, and Planning in Rome, and at the Fondazione Fotografia in Modena. He was the dean of the School of Design at NABA, (Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti) (2005-06). He has written for, and still collaborates with, Italian and international publications including: Corriere della Sera, La Stampa, AD, Platform, Domus, Lotus, Abitare, Ottagono, Il progetto, Archis, L'architecture d'aujourd'hui, A+U and Post. He has written the weekly architectural column for the magazine, Espresso, since 2015.
Forma Edizioni
12th Oct 2020
310 mm x 243 mm
352 Pages
385 color, 95 b&w
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