Wine Manufactury Liszt

The Wine Manufactury Liszt is a special composition of production, showroom and living spaces in the heart of Leitha-Prodersdorf, Nordburgenland, Austria.
It complements the existing local Heurigen with the open production facilities of its host Bernhard Liszt.

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The building is organized both functional and aesthetically in two parts:

The upper part with the apartment areas floats as a soft body over the production plinth.
The facade is constructed of massive “Hempcrete” walls – an ancient but extremely efficient and ecological building material.
By importing this knowledge, the Wine Manufactury Liszt will be the first “Hempcrete” building in Austria.

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The production as the lower volume is designed as a standard reinforced concrete construction.
Along the passage to the Heurigen restaurant it offers a generous glass facade to allow visitors to experience the local production.
Inside, the hall is designed on two levels with a gallery based on the ‘gravity principle’, thus allowing a fluent and gentle wine production process without the use of pumps.

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The project is currently under construction and planned to be finished in august 2017.

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Project data:

GFA total: 1166m²
GFA production: 884m²
GFA apartment: 282m²

Planning Team:
ARGE

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MEP DESIGN:

sundp-engineering

ÖBA:

EIDENBÖCK Architekten, ZT