Winner 2023 / ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN / Sustainable / Green Living

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  • Project Title

    La Cité des Climats et des Vins de Bourgogne

  • Winning Firm


  • Lead Designer

    Emmanuelle Andreani

  • Awarded

    WINNER, ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, Sustainable / Green Living
  • Project Link
  • Project Location
    Beaune, France, Metropolitan
  • Project Status
  • Completion Date
    June, 2023
  • Client
    Ville De Beaune
  • General Contractor
    Groupe Rougeot
  • Photographer credit
    ©emmanuelle Andreani Architectes Or ©juan Jerez

  • Architectural Firm
  • Architect Firm / Studio Name
  • Lead Architect(s)
    Emmanuelle Andreani
  • About Firm
    The firm EMMANUELLE ANDREANI ARCHITECTES was founded in 1998 in Paris. Emmanuelle Andreani has developed fruitful collaborations at a very high level of skills, notably with Dominique PERRAULT and Paul CHEMETOV. The multidisciplinary approach of the firm, allows it to approach architecture in a transversal approach, particularly through urban planning and landscaping.

  • Other Credits

The project promotes wine heritage and highlights the recent inscription of Burgundy’s “Climats” on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. This innovative building is inspired by the vine’s tendrils coiling around its trellis. The exterior ramp is a promenade offering fabulous views on Burgundy. The edifice hosts exhibitions, activity rooms, offices, and a panoramic restaurant. It’s a model of eco-sustainable commitment aiming BiodiverCity label. Nobles and bio-sourced materials as Burgundy stone, wood, and hemp concrete are used. The 1000 vines planted on the rooftop reconstitute a “Climat”.

Other prizes
2023 : Winner Green Good Design Awards / Winner LIV Hostpitality Design Awards / Finalist "Trophée de la Construction" 2022 : Winner Architecture MasterPrize 2021-2019-2017-2013: Nominated "Pyramide d’Argent" 2009 : Selected in the National Projects Annual «Optimiste» French Touch 2008 : Winner Prize “Habitat Durable” 2007 : Winner "Prix de la première œuvre" / Nominated "Prix de l'Equerre d'Argent" 1994 : Best french diploma / First prize Robert Camelot of Architecture Academy / First prize French Architects / Winner Prize OTUA 1992 : Winner Fundation BMW Prize / UNESCO Medal