Vegamar Selección Wine Shop

Vegamar Selección Wine Shop

Architect
Fran Silvestre Architects
Location
Calle Colón, Spain | View Map
Project Year
2014
Category
Shops
Stories By
Fran Silvestre Architects

Ondarreta
Diego Opazo

WINE SHOP VEGAMAR SELECCIÓN

Fran Silvestre Architects as Architects

Wine shop Vegamar Selección, located on the main shopping street of town, is a space for wine tasting and sales.


The project aims to transmit the quality of the exposed products, as well as to maximize the feeling of amplitude inside the shop.


Dark, glossy panels are chosen for vertical surfaces. Due to their tone and reflections, they blur the spatial limits of the establishment, making it seem bigger than what it really is. The colour of this material also refers to the colour of the displayed wines. These vertical surfaces lodge storage space and allow for a regularization of the available geometry.


The back of the wine bar contains backlit furniture which - along with the upper mirror - optically doubles the perception of space.


The first area is used for product exhibition. Two horizontal rips in which wines coming from Vegamar wine cellar are presented. These elements along with indirect lighting on the ceiling, indicate towards the inside of the shop. At the end of the tour - in an area doubling the original width – is where the wine tasting takes place.


A project that seeks to bring into the city the work done in the wine cellar.


MOKA stool by Ondarreta

Ondarreta as Stool

The MOKA stool characterized by its light frame and ergonomic seat offers a clean and straight forward answer to the existing architectural lines and colour scheme in this project. The MOKA stools are finishes with a black epoxy powder coating and a black vinyl upholstery. With its light curves in the framework and upholstery the stool softly accentuates its presence but will not dominate the interior. The stool has a relatively big sized seat and back what makes the MOKA stool ergonomically interesting as during wine tasting events the stools will be used for a longer period of time.

Products used in this project
Product Spec Sheet

ElementBrandProduct name
Metal PanelsPolyrey
StoolOndarreta
MOKA | Stool
PavingHARO
PavingSaloni Cerámica
Product Spec Sheet
Metal Panels
Stool
MOKA | Stool by Ondarreta
Paving
by HARO
Paving
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