Bureau of technical supervision

The construction of the Rubik’s Cube winemakers of Australia

Будівництво Кубик Рубіка виноробами Австралії

Будівництво Кубик Рубіка виноробами Австралії

Producer of wine from South Australia d’arenberg wants to create a new monument to national scale by building a tourist center in the form of a Rubik’s cube.
Nick Salvati of ADS Architects designed the five-storey building, which is being built in McLaren Vale, the wine region of Australia.
The center will have room for tastings, several bars, a restaurant and gallery. In addition, the window will go to the vineyards, and the mansion of the XIX century, in which are located the wine cellars of the company. Field supervision in construction will hold a local company with the provision of services of technical supervision.
The top two floors of the building will be shifted to resemble a Rubik’s cube, and the Parking lot will do as a block, fallen from the puzzle.
“I always believed winemaking puzzle, which needs to be collected, as it is a complex combination of natural elements such as soil and Geology, viticulture, blending and balance. This building is another puzzle,” said senior winemaker of the company d’arenberg Chester Osborn, the first to propose such a project ten years ago.
The total cost of construction is $8 million, $1.5 million was provided by the government. The new center plans to put into operation in late 2016