Wine Cellar Design Processed Video Transcription
Hi! My name is Jerry Wilson, I’m the founder of Coastal Custom Wine Cellars. I’d like to take you on a tour of one of our 3 dimensional design package for this new custom wine cellar in St. Louis Missouri.
This is a recent project that we completed in July 2012. Our client was looking for maximum capacity and a kind of fusion of modern and traditional wine cellar appearances. It is a difficult thing to do with wood, making it contemporary but to add to the characteristics of the wine room, we included as you’ll see in the pictures that I will share here with you, a full glass, a seamless glass, fixed wall on entry for a really stunning visual as well.
The walls are labeled, elevations A and B, and here’s the front wall which is a fixed glass. Elevations B are the left side and right side wall, and they are mirror images of each other. We kept clean, simple balance and symmetry to this wine room. We did not want to do anything to over the top as we are trying to keep the dimensions simple and with modern appearance.
Single bottle storage above a high reveal display row which is illuminated by LED lighting and then we some bulk storage in the diamond areas here. The back wall we kept simple, with just single bottle storage and high reveal display, and as you can see in the 3D visuals you get a little bit better idea on how everything comes together.
Notice this left column here and this right side column, these are label forward horizontal displays and it added a nice touch from as far as the visual from outside of the custom wine cellar. This wine cellar being just 7 feet by 7 feet with a 7-foot height can house 926 bottles.
We utilized CellarPro 4200 wine cellar refrigeration unit and we use some cooperage from oak barrel wine barrels from Napa Valley. I’ll show some pictures of that as well.
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