AA VISITING SCHOOL BARCELONA
BODEGA Enological Metabolism / 2nd - 16th of July 2015

Faculty

 

Directors Coordinator Tutors Assistants
Edouard Cabay Relja Ferusic Edouard Cabay Stephenn Foley
Carles Sala   Relja Ferusic Juan Pablo Quintero
    Carles Sala  
    Mar Santamaria  
       
       


Workflow

 

Data gathering.
The core exercise of the workshop will depart from an onsite cartographical analysis of the wine cathedrals of the modernist movement. We will read the bodega as a set of interlaced systems, occurring in time, orchestrating all the aspects of architecture and wine making: space, structure, light, climate, services, circulation, machines, processes, transport…

Data mapping.
With the data collected during the field trip, students will have to describe graphically the way in which they understand these systems and relations. The outcome of this analysis will be formalised as drawings or maps, test models and form-finding experiments, that attempt to dismantle or dissect the systems that compose the winery.

Live sensorial laboratory.
Playfully creating a “mise-en-scene” with wine, students will explore sensorial experiences that the liquid is not known to usually provoke. We will take the wine out of the glass, into the space, into the air, confronting it to light, heat, wind… This part of the work will run as a continuous experiment, starting on day one, ending during the final presentation of the workshop!

Digital tools and physical models
We will tackle drawing and model-making with the contribution of digital tools, may they help us to think about cartography, about design, about making... Parametric design will be part of the learning agenda of the workshop. Support in drawing, 3d-modelling, parametric modelling, physical fabrication will be provided by a team of experts. .

Programme


BODEGA Enological Metabolism
2nd - 16th of July 2015



Bodega – Enological Metabolism centres its research on the associations that exist between wine and architecture in order to identify the influences they have on one another.

The workshop will run as two simultaneous experiments: an exploration of the senses, using wine as a raw material, which occurs as 1:1 installations to empirically test and provoke unusual sensorial effects on the body; the other, initiated from a methodological understanding of the winery as a machine, will dissect techniques and technologies involved in enological processes, leading to the speculative design of alternative winery models. Using digitally advanced techniques, the latter explorations will take the form of large-scale maps, models and prototypes.

 

Archive

 

Have a look on the selection of works and images from previous editions

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Schools

 

The AA Visiting School defies categorisation. In total it is unexplainable and that is exactly what positions these highly flexible, current and unique programmes at the cutting edge of architectural education today.

 

The ETSAB, ‘Escola Tècnica Superior d’Arquitectura de Barcelona’, will become the local and collaborative school for the AA Visiting School Barcelona. The school of Gaudí, Domènech i Montaner, Coderch, Bonet Castellana, Sert, Miralles, Llinàs, Moneo, Mateo or Ferrater will bring its long expertise and resources to achieve the appropriate academic environment for the course.

Archi/tech/e/nologies

 

Open Lectures Series

ARCHI/TECH/E/NOLOGIES is a Lecture Series open to everyone, which will bring together professionals of all kinds concerning architecture, technology and enology. Local and international architects with expertise in designing wineries will explain their startegies to develop their work on the wine field, whereas enologists and agricultural engineers will support and contrast all the techniques and current technologies used both, in the vineyard and the winery, to control the whole process of wine making in order to optimize the quality and the design of its coupage. By linking all these disciplines, the students will be encouraged to learn and support their project based in all this knowledge and tools.

Keynote Lecturer course 2014
Marc Fornes

Keynote Lecturer course 2013
Sir Peter Cook