Chateau Cheval Blanc Winery / Christian de Portzamparc

混凝土之帆

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法国波尔多著名酒庄——白马酒庄,是法国波尔多八大酒庄之一,位于波尔多圣埃米利法定产区,
是两个顶极A等园之一,也可以说因为有了白马庄而使圣埃米利产区增色不少。酒庄的Baron Frère
和Bernard Arnault希望新建一个卓越,拥有突破的新酒庄建筑,与自然的风景和传统的业务达到一
致,其在葡萄园里是一个谦逊的存在,同时能够实现严格的酒庄标准,同时将这里的历史体现。
这个具有挑战性的任务由完Christian de Portzamparc完成。94年的普利兹克得奖建筑师是来自法
国的努维尔,他认为真实的空间包含历史的印记。内部与外部的关系也是灵感之源。
新的酒庄建筑宛如脱离地球重力,漂浮在空气中即将向光明的宇宙扬帆出发的混凝土帆。优美的曲
面和白色的混凝土静谧的停靠在这里,让人冥想,又诱人前往。
此外优雅的建筑满足酒庄所需要的严格标准和条件。这里有52个大木桶,透气的木格栅可以让空气
自由流通,同时降低空调使用率。所有的材料,能源管理,湿度控制,声学,视觉,嗅觉的舒适度
都是一流的。屋顶覆盖着绿草和野花。
这个建筑是这个悠久品牌的基于未来的全新展现。
 
非常感谢Christian de Portzamparc将项目介绍和项目图片授权gooood发行。
Appreciation towards Christian de Portzamparc for providing the following description:
 
 
 
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The challenge was taken up by Christian de Portzamparc.
The first French winner of the Pritzker Prize in 1994, the architect considers that the
truth of space cannot be dissociated from the imprint of time. The harmonious
relationship between inside and outside has also been a constant source of inspiration.
In the heart of the vineyard, the "winery under the hill" initially looks like a
promontory extending the château, a lifting of the earth, raised by sails of concrete
towards the light and the sky. From a vantage point that seems to float in the air, the
eye takes in the swathes of vines and the age-old history of the landscape.
A hill or a hanging garden floating over the vines? What gives the site a certain grace
is a discreet cantilever effect suggestive of a pendulum, the geometry of the curved
surfaces and their living substance of muted white moulded concrete, the unique
atmosphere that derives from the natural light descending earthwards inside the vat
house, between the contours of the great concrete vats. This refusal of enclosure,
even though inherent in the material, is a remarkable innovation: the "winery under the
hill" is a place of concentration, almost of meditation, and yet open to what surrounds
it, being as permeable to the light of the vineyard as to the coming and going of
workers and visitors. Between inside and outside, the winery is a place of
transmutation and human interaction.
That grace also derives from the desire, in evidence all around, for perfect harmony
between the place and its purpose. And that is probably where the elegance comes from:
we are in the place where an exceptional wine is made, among the sublimated instruments
of a highly demanding task that calls for skills to match. No line here is superfluous:
everything contributes to the perfection of the actions involved, and it shows.
The technology is therefore treated as such: necessary facilities, not objects of
ostentation. There are 52 vats because that is what parcel selection requires, and they
are made of concrete. If the walls are of mashrabiya, it is to facilitate natural
ventilation. The lighting is sober because it does not seek display or decoration. In
fact, everything has been designed to replace energy-hungry systems with economical
solutions. As a result, the winery is one of the few buildings in the wine business to
have High Environmental Quality (HQE) certification, meeting particularly demanding
criteria relating not only to the environment but also to the type of materials used,
to water, energy and waste management, controlled hygrometry, acoustic, visual and
olfactory comfort and the well-being of the people who work there.
It is the brand-new vision of a place and a long tradition. With boldness, high talent
and a sensuality made visible, Cheval Blanc looks to the future.
 
 
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Here’s some more information from theChristian de Portzamparc:
 
There are some exceptional wines in the world. Cheval Blanc is one of them.
Its unique and geologically complex terroir bears witness to a history that dates back
to the beginning of the Quaternary Period and the sediments of the nearby river Isle.
The patchwork terroir consists of clay, sand and gravel. The unusual proportion of
Cabernet Franc, combined with Merlot, gives Cheval Blanc a unique and timeless
identity, producing a wine which has the capacity to be good at any age.
That subtle association and perfect complementarity give Cheval Blanc its distinctive
character, a combination of power and elegance.
When referring to it, people sometimes speak of absolute art.
The single sweep of the Cheval Blanc vineyard assumed its final form in 1871. The wine
obtained premier Grand Cru classé « A » classification in 1954, a supreme distinction
that has since been regularly confirmed in every decade.
Bernard Arnault and Baron Frère acquired the estate in 1998, bringing a breath of
elegant modernity and new vitality. They maintained Pierre Lurton as general manager of
the Château. He continues to preserve the wine's identity and style while at the same
time ensuring a high level of environmental and ecological awareness. Every action is
the result of measured reflection. Technology never has the last word over people whose
know-how draws on a wealth of history, tradition, skill and talent.
The parcels of vines, tended like a Japanese garden, are planted with two varieties,
Merlot and Cabernet Franc. Cheval Blanc may justifiably be regarded as « Haute Culture
» applied to wine.
When Baron Frère and Bernard Arnault decided to endow the estate with
a new winery, they aspired to excellence and sought to break new ground. The
vinification of Cheval Blanc is a traditional business, consistent with a perpetual
quest for harmony and balance. It involves parcel management and respect for the cycle
of the vine, constant adaptation to the nature of the grape and thoughtful, measured
and considered attention to every action. The programme takes account of the specific
features of individual parcels, as well as exacting standards and respect for nature.
But the owners also wanted something that would anticipate the future while blending
into a historic landscape, since Saint-Émilion is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
It was a challenging mission that called for a rare combination of talents.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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9 评论

  1. 太美了!

  2. 为什么感觉建筑两头是尖的,平面图却是平的?

  3. 轻柔浪漫的音乐在田野中荡漾,这便是这建筑的精髓的思想

  4. 喜欢

  5. 建筑和植物结合的很好

  6. 中国目前不适合~~

  7. GOOD!太棒了!小而且精细!

  8. 高个儿草丛里面种点芦苇,原来可以这样营造出气氛!

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