الخميس، 24 مايو، 2012
Cantina di Terlano
Landscape at expansion of a wine-cellar
As part of the extension of the traditional Cantina di Terlano with one of the oldest wineries in South Tyrol was a roof garden with spectacular views. The vineyard is entirely devoted to the landscape experience and closely connected with the locally produced wines. His glass balustrades can merge it with its surroundings. The plantations, together with wood-occupied terraces form structured fields in a porphyry-like gravel surface. They are raised to a flat stages. They therefore signalize the transition from movement areas to lounge areas. The planting consists of a very flat, carpet-like layer and a strip of inserted perennial grasses. The seasonal changes put onion plants like Allium temporary color accents. Fragrant Mediterranean herbs and a pomegranate bush in a square metal taps complement the sensory experience and refer to agricultural tradition. The typical local porphyry combines with the warm hue of Corten steel frames and the lush green of the plantations into a harmonious whole.
Dr. EMAD HANI ISMAEEL
Ph.D. in Technologies for the Exploitation
of the Cultural Heritage .
Senior Lecturer in the Dept. of ArchitectureE-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
College of Engineering , University of Mosul
Mosul - Iraq .
Web Site: http://sites.google.com/site/emadhanee/
Tel : +964 (0)770 164 93 74
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