A BIOCLIMATIC DESIGN WINERY IN MARKOPOULO, ATTICA
An interesting example of a bioclimatic design winery was built in 2007, in the Attica region. It is a 1.700 m² plot, designed by Dimitris Gliatis architect.
Using the local vernacular architecture as an example, the winery presents introverted courtyards, a dominant presence of sloping roofs, and the linear arrangement of rooms and ancillary spaces that create the characteristic “makrinaria” (long edifices).
The bioclimatic principles integrated into the design include:
- exploitation of solar gains
- natural ventilation
- reduction of the need for mechanical cooling
A BIOCLIMATIC DESIGN WINERY IN BORDEAUX
Another interesting example of bioclimatic design winery was built in 2018, in an area of 4.000 by AMO & MOE environment.
The wine storehouse is quite at the same time an alive building where the hygrothermal, thermal and air variables give the right conditions of preservation of the wine, but also an environment which favors the climatic exchanges between the inside and the outside of the building.