This is the heart of the green belt on the outskirts of Paris that takes place on its height, the wine museum. A belt stadiums, cemeteries here rupture was present. This is to the cellars of land out. The architecture almost always been used to promote the wine. The castle was the iconic neoclassical building and he finds himself stuck on the bottles. The museum on a hill is visible from any point, creating a signal in the landscape. We divided the program on the website so that each location is more in line with its environment. The main building as a fortress on the height, houses the permanent exhibition and the administration, it imposes on its website. Secondary programs such as the restaurant, tasting room or exhibition come them adapt to landscape instead. They keep the frame of the park and up with. These spaces background railways, the city but also the garden and vineyard . For more independent and receive less public such as workshops, olfactory tests them become more discrete programs, their access based on the site, politeness landscape met and are accessed only by underground exhibition space the museum. They then give their visitors the surprise and the feeling of being disconnected. It is also a museum that has become diluted in the neighborhood. The building is covered with a shell scale copper giving a massive appearance from outside recalling the vats in which the precious beverage product expected during winemaking . It is the leaves that come bowing to pass the sufficient amount of light to the interior spaces perrmettant perceive the city behind the coppery highlights of the facade. This is a set that created a new geography and allows the man a new perception of the earth and and landscape.
www.laure-hamelin.com www.audelestum.fr Laure Hamelin & Aude Le Stum Graduates of the Ecole Speciale d'Architecture in Paris