Côte Rocheuse WineryPilkington Suncool® 30/16 Pro T
Côte Rocheuse Winery
The Cote Rocheuse winery became the only Russian project of the ArchDaily award "Building of the Year-2021" in the industrial architecture category. Not just production, but a new world enterprise, where a restaurant is adjacent to the workshops, and you can taste the freshest harvest wine on the panoramic terrace.
Architect Alexander Balabin, who founded the Severin Project company, managed to fit the futuristic building into the hilly landscape. The name Cote Rocheuse translates as "Rocky Coast". The concept of the bionic form of the plant was based on the combination of the hills and the sea terrain.
The project consists of two geometric volumes. At the base is a rectangular reinforced concrete block, where the equipment for gravity winemaking is located. The technology is based on the fact that the sun-made drink from the press to the place of fermentation and subsequent aging moves under the influence of gravity.
The winery is built of glass and concrete-materials as ancient as wine. The panoramic facade glazing area is 3 thousand square meters. Here, architectural class Pilkington Suncool® Pro 30/16 T is used. Thanks to the exceptionally low solar factor (18%), this glass protects against solar radiation as much as possible and allows you to save on air conditioning for the room.
- Project Côte Rocheuse Winery
- Address Varvarovka village, Anapa, Krasnodar Krai, Russia
- Building 2020
- Developer АО "Скалистый берег"
- Architect Severin Project Company headed by Alexander Balabin
- Glazing, sq. m 3 000