PHILIPP MAINZER OFFICE FOR ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN completes the construction of a high end distillery with adjacent head offices for Black Forest Distillers in the rural community of 24 Höfe near Loßburg, Germany – where the roots of the Schwarzwald Dry Gin Monkey 47 originate. Comprising a total of 1,400 sqm, the project led by Philipp Mainzer features the production and distillery building, a degustation and tasting space as well as a landmarked grain storehouse, which is the historic heart of the estate and which functions as a small museum featuring the ingredients of the gin.
The 1,150 sqm production site consists of three buildings with functional and representative character comprising delivery and storage, maceration, offices, degustation and tasting space as well as a traditional “Schwarzwaldstube”. Applying material typical of the Black Forest region, the buildings allow visitors to experience the entire production process from delivery of the ingredients to the finished product. For the interior fit out of the representative rooms, tables, benches and stools from e15’s David Chipperfield collection are used. For the office space, e15 table PONTE and bench CALLE were specified, adding warmth and comfort to the space.
FAYLAND, FAWLEY, LANGLEY, PONTE, CALLE
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