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Transmission-Field tandem / Interior design

Transmission-Field tandem
Transmission-Field tandem

Discipline: Architecture

Transmission-Field tandem

Discipline: Architecture

This project, the Museum of International Brewmaster Art, is located in an old winery building, a classic of Soviet industrial architecture in the center of Beijing. This is where a Chinese perennial, Dragon Seal red wine, was produced before the brand was retired. Afterwards, a group of people found this mottled container, repositioned the dense spatial presence of the old winery using contemporary design techniques, to create more interactive spaces for wine and people, or people and people. This is a place to experience and celebrate Chinese wine culture.

  • TARGET GROUPS Consumer / User

  • TARGET REGIONS Asia

  • DEVELOPMENT TIME up to 12 months

  • DATE OF LAUNCH 2016

Client / Manufacturer

CHU-studio

CHU-studio
Taipei City, Taiwan

Design

CHU-studio

CHU-studio
Taipei City, Taiwan

Alfie Shao, Tzu-Hsi Shao, Yung-Hsin Yang