New warehouse is a piece of sculpture

This new storage facility for a brandy production company is more than just a place to store brandy barrels
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New brandy warehouse by TOTEMENT/PAPER

Architect: TOTEMENT/PAPERPhotography: Gleb LeonovFrom the architect: This building is located in the Kaliningrad region in an old German town which was seriously damaged during World War II. In an empty lot adjacent to the railroad, we were tasked with constructing a warehouse for a modern plant for brandy plant. The warehouse needed to store brandy tierces, serve as a place for meetings and act as a spot for guest reception.

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Aug 22, 2017

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