This simple, modern styled wine cellar is hidden in one of the residences of the Dundee Hills appellation in Oregon.
It's clean lines, made of Sapele mahogany,
allow for ample storage when bottle capacity is priority one.
Built snugly into a sidehill the concrete walls allow for mostly passive climate control.
Natural light streams in everywhere through abundant glass, giving a 270 degree view of the lake. Reflecting straight angles of mahogany wood broken by zinc waves, this home blends efficiency with artistry.
The exclusive north bay road is home to some of Miami beaches most amazing homes. This home is no exception. We built a custom glass wine room behind their bar utilizing acrylic white wall panels along with a stainless steel peg system to create a floating bottle effect.
Preliminary designs and finished pieces for a beautiful custom home we contributed to in 2018. The basic layout and specifications were provided, we designed and created the finished product. This cozy space features prominently just off the great room and displays the home owner's extensive wine collection.
A 6 foot steel french double door is the highlight of the wine cellar/basement renovation of this nearly 100 year old Atlanta home. Retained existing brick, stained concrete and 2 wine tasting bars constructed of reclaimed original roof beams enhance the existing stone fireplace.
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