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Tempus Two Winery 300PLUS

1 January 2015

Visually stunning – structural steel forms an architect’s dream

The brief for the Tempus Two Winery was every architect’s dream. On a gently sloping, northern greenfield site, Suters Architects were asked to create something completely out of the ordinary that would be a focal point for the Pokolbin region.

Lisa McGuigan wanted a visually stunning, but low-maintenance winery, in materials that would cope with the humid environment of the vineyards. Using structural steel as the primary structural material, Philip Manns, of Suters Architects, has delivered a dramatic structure that curves softly into the landscape without intrusion on the horizon when viewed from the approach roadways.