Gurdau Winery, Kurdějov, Czech Republic
Gurdau Winery was founded in 2012 on a "green field", with the planting of the first vines on the slopes above the village of Kurdějov. The village was historically one of the most important wine suppliers to the townspeople of Mikulov and Brno, as well as to the aristocratic courts in Moravia. By adopting the historical name of the village, the young Gurdau Winery is claiming the great wine-growing heritage of the area.
古道酒莊 2012 年在一片「綠地」上成立，在庫德約夫 (Kurdějov) 上方的山坡上種植了第一批葡萄藤。 該村莊在歷史上是附近城鎮以及摩拉維亞貴族宮廷最重要的葡萄酒供應商之一。因此選擇沿用村莊的歷史名稱，以傳承該地區偉大的葡萄種植傳統。
The initial ideas for the wine house considered the most operationally efficient location, literally in the centre of the vineyards. This is both purposeful and poetic, as it steps back from the village and offers soothing and enchanting views. To do so, the building's location in the open countryside naturally brought with it high demands for architectural and landscape integration. The landscape context is addressed in the form of a gentle curve - a wave in the landscape, a hill between hills. Great care has been taken to incorporate the building into the terrain and its connection to the cultural and natural greenery. The roof of the curve is designed as an extensive green, and the surrounding area of the building has been planted with 150 shrubs and mature trees, often growing through the "perforated" roof. The overall impact and benefit of the new greenery on both the landscape and the building will only become apparent as the years go by.
The building itself is built in reinforced concrete, two storeys high. The underground part is used for producing, storing, and archiving wine. The ground floor is used for tasting, seating, and sales. Two apartments are available for occasional overnight stays.
The building's in-ground setting is traditional for the winery, and its concept is utterly contemporary and timeless. The atmosphere of the setting is based on an experience of beauty, refinement, and absolute comfort. The use of materials such as exposed concrete, glass, metal, oak and acacia wood is clean and direct and supports the organic form of the building. At the same time, the utmost attention is paid to precision craftsmanship and detail.
The direct contact with the landscape, enabled by large expanses of glazing, generous terraces, and a pitched roof, brings a variety of natural moods and seasons to the experience of the space.Embedding the building in the terrain creates a feeling of a welcoming background and a natural blending with the place from which the wine comes. The view and airiness can be enjoyed from the terraces and the artificial hill of the green roof, where one can enjoy the fabulous scenery of the horizons of Kurdějov, the Pálava looming in the distance and the plains stretching towards Austria. The spaces of the wine house are changeable and conducive to social, and romantic moments as well as quiet contemplation over a glass of wine.
The building is designed with the utmost respect for the surrounding landscape. It is completely covered by a curved extensive green roof so that it is almost invisible in distant views once the vegetation has grown. The surroundings of the building are supplemented with a number of new shrubs and mature trees in order to also create an optimal microclimate in the future. The location of the building right in the vineyard minimizes the transport of raw materials and workers within the winery. The production areas are located under the terrain, while the customer areas are open to the sun through a glass façade, thus making use of passive energy. To prevent overheating in the hottest summer months, thermally insulating triple glazing is designed in combination with wooden oak slats in front of the windows, a sufficient overhang of the curved roof, and shading of the pergola in front of the façade with tarpaulins. An air-to-water heat pump is used for heating. Rainwater is collected in a storage tank and used for irrigation of the vineyard.
此案的設計充分尊重周圍的景觀。大面積的綠色屋頂使其從遠處的視野中幾乎隱形於地景中。建築物的周圍也補充了許多新的灌木和成齡樹木，以便在未來營造出絕佳的微氣候環境。 由於位於葡萄園內，因此成功最大限度地減少了原材料與工人的運輸成本。 生產區位於地勢之下，而客戶區則透過玻璃帷幕向陽光開放，從而利用被動能源。為了防止夏季過熱，隔熱三層玻璃的設計與窗前的橡木木板條、弧形屋頂的懸垂以及外牆前面的涼棚防水布相結合。雨水被收集於二個儲水箱中，一用於加熱。一個則用於葡萄園的灌溉。
Principal Architects：Aleš Fiala
Contractor: Navláčil stavební firma
Building Area：1260 ㎡
Principal Structure：Reinforced Concrete
Location：Kurdějov, Czech Republic
施工單位：Navláčil stavební firma