Bodegas Portia technical carpentry
- 13 March, 2015
- Posted by: spigo
- Category: Acoustics, Construction, Decoration, News, Spigogroup wood projects
The technical carpentry of a project goes unnoticed at times, but at other times, it achieves the prominence it deserves.
All technical carpentry jobs are special. They are designed and carried out by the hand of the architect or decorator who one day reflected their talent on paper. They are very personal. But some technical carpentry jobs are particularly worth mentioning, be it because of their size, the originality of the project, the significance of the building or the genius of the author. This is the case of our technical carpentry work in Bodegas Portia in Ribera del Duero.
Bodegas Portia is the work of the famous architect Norman Foster and, in 2008-2010, his architecture and interior design team, Foster + Partners, brought to life the dream of the Faustino Group of building a practical and functional winery that would become a benchmark among the wineries of Ribera del Duero. Spigogroup supplied the technical carpentry work with different pieces of solid oak placed at different points of the three floors of the 12,500 m² winery.
The special technical carpentry work of Carpintería Paco embellished the main entrance and access to the winery, the dining room and coffee shop, the common areas and offices, the barrel ageing hall, the bottle rack hall, the tasting room, the meeting room and the other elegant areas in the winery.
The technical carpentry work was accompanied by manufactured and installed flooring made of wood panels,wood inner linings, doors, furniture and general equipment in offices, public areas and a coffee shop. The technical carpentry project also included benches, floors, the main staircase, a wine tasting table, the reception desk, etc., and a spectacular, especially designed bottle rack for the wines to age in their glass bottles until the perfect moment for drinking arrives.
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