Zyme’ Winery, situated in a 600 years old quarry It is an example of sustainable architecture “genius loci”, able to adapt within the surrounding without disrupting the environment.
It offers an organic vision of the space thanks to the harmonious relationship between the contemporary use of the materials.
Grassi Pietre’s Giallo Dorato has been selected for an area of 300 m2 , including the staircases and the basement storage wall, covered with the extracted stone supported by stainless steel inserts.
The structure, 16.9 m long and 5m high, develops as an abstract painting composed by pre-assembled pentagonal cells installed with glue and fiberglass.
This pattern improves its strength and avoid the risk of collapse in case of seismic movements.
Its external profile creates irregularities to mitigate the strong impact of the central body and to resemble the peaks of the surroundings ills.
The Vicenza stone also guarantees the perfect thermal conditions for the ageing of the prestigious Zyme’wines.