Winecellar with LED accent-lighting
Classic columns with ideal proportions. The sandstone capitals are integrated into the structural work. Our client chose to emphasize the modern design by leaving the reinforced cement columns in the rough.
diArco Model Roma 450, sandstone capital on reinforced concrete pillars
The Flick vinyard in Flörsheim-Wicker near Mainz
Valuables belong in the vault
diArco Model Roma 450, columns with sandstone facing
Architekt: d’imensional Planungsbüro, James Böhner, Mainz
Aging Room at Spiess Vinyards
The new aging room at Spiess Vinyards near Bechtheim, an impressive background for superior red wines. Wine casks stand against a deep wine-red wall in a 6-column hall featuring diArco Model Roma 450. This is the highest diArco Vaulted Ceiling to date, with pillars measuring 2.4, and vaults extending to more than 4 meters.
diArco Model Roma 450
Architekt: Michael Morgenstern, Worms
Vinothek des Weinguts Graeff-Schmitt
With two fields of diArco Model Florenz 325 vaults, the Graeff-Schmitt Vinyard’s wine boutique near the midieval castle in Ingelheim is well worth a visit. The contemporary interior with integrated lighting makes a big impression, and proves that size isn’t everything!
diArco Modell Florenz 325
Wine and Sun
One looks from the entry past vaulted ceilings to sun-filled surroundings with a clear view of the vinyards to the south. The glass wall joining two vaulted rooms wonderfully highlights their generous proportions.
diArco Modell Siena 400
The Ranspacher Hof Vinyards
The architecture at the Ranspacher Hof Vinyards near Cleebronn is both contemporary and conscious of historical tradition. The ground floor entry is modern in design; from there, a transitional hall leads down to the "Wine Chapel" – a reference to the vinyard’s history.
The expansive main hall, boasting floor heating, eight sandstone-faced columns and vaults in model Roma 358, exudes a noble ambience to fit wine-tasting at its best.
diArco Modell Roma 358
Something old, something new...
This major renovation kept original openings with stone borders while transforming the principal room. The original room, cramped with uneven, faltering surfaces, gave way to an invitingly spacious and elegant showroom. And the conscious juxtaposition of new and historical elements ensures a lively and lasting impression.
diArco Model Florenz 450/325, granite columns Model Wasserburg
Architekt: Friedrich Dohn, Kirchheimbolanden