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Kellerei Tramin: a conversation with Werner Tscholl

Kellerei Tramin: a conversation with Werner Tscholl

Kellerei Tramin: a conversation with Werner Tscholl

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In Kellerei Tramin projects, the exoskeleton becomes the main subject. Why did you make this choice?

The wine cellar has about two hundred farmers as partners and for the approval of the project we knew we needed to convey a clear and strong message.
The most important thing was to make the farmers understand that the fundamental element they use to make wine is the vine and our exoskeleton is a stylized vine. On this basis, the vine becomes the main constructive element.
During the presentation of the project, from the first images of the structure, everyone immediately recognized the vine that surrounds the building. They all approved Kellerei Tramin project since they were able to identify themselves in the project presented.

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