Inspired by the agricultural architecture of the country’s Veneto region, design studio MADE Associati Architetti restored an existing building in Italy and designed new facilities for a modern winery focused on organic production. The new BIO Winery in Treviso is housed in a continuous, horizontal volume clad in beechwood.


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The new winery enlarges an existing single-story building, introducing a new volume alongside it to create a compact campus. The main circulation route, visible through the glass connections between the buildings, provides views of the different stages of production and leads to the tasting and meeting rooms.

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The architects enveloped the existing structure and addition with a skin made from vertical wooden planks. Locally-sourced beechwood has been used as cladding material that dominates both the interior and exterior of the building. The use of this endemic, sustainably harvested species promotes natural products and helps protect the region’s biodiversity.

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Via Archdaily

Photos by Francesco Galifi , Adriano Marangon