The wine Factory in Mukuzani is an example and the model of Factory where specifics of planning necessary for the production are in a full harmony with its modern Style. The project consists of three functionally different buildings/blocks (a, b and c block). The green covering provided on the first floor stands for establishing a strong connecting factor of the non-standard design of the building and the geography of the area. According to the project the building is divided to the following areas: wine production and bottling, wine storage, storage of agricultural goods and office zones. The project is fully compatible with all modern security principles and norms, including fire safety. The project has had include in itself an independent auto entrance. As for the design of the project itself, the inspiration of this is a panoramic view of the mountains that is broken from the existing factory. The last floor of the premises is a snow-covered mountain peak that together with the green covering on the first floor connects the factory more closely with the natural visuals. The use of natural materials (including stone and metal) provides a full expression and premises the whole project as a complete composition and a piece of art.
|Location||Mukuzani, Kakheti, Georgia|
|Design Team||Giorgi Kevanishvili, Shorena Takaishvili, Bakar Zakarashvili, Davit Elizbarashvili, Besik Tutberidze|