At the Austrian winery, guest swirl wine in their glasses at wine tastings. The architecture, however, impresses with its wave-like façade.
The Scheiblhofer Winery in an Austrian cultivation region is one of the largest wine estates in Burgenland: wine is cultivated here across nearly 75 hectares. In 2014, the new depot was developed for the winery estate.
The building is enveloped by a patterned, concrete façade. A pattern from the RECKLI SELECT series was used across a total of 1500 square meters of concrete surface: The 2/169 Columbia design embosses a wave-like curtain pattern into the concrete. The casts vary in their widths and depths and lend the concrete a sweeping, light effect. Four formliners each measuring 3.50 x 3.98 meters and two formliners measuring 3.50 x 0.9994 meters were used.