Use of wood at Bodegas Campo Viejo. Logroño.
Year of completion: 2011
Location: Bodegas Campo Viejo. Camino de La Puebla, 50. Logroño
Materials used: oak wood
Details of the project to unify spaces in wineries
Bodegas Campo Viejo belong to the company Domecq. This company has renewed the facilities, modifying different areas and adapting them to the new display and customer service areas.
This project included the connecting of two areas: the shop used to sell products from the winery and another area used as the coffee shop – bar.
The project, designed by Eduardo Susaeta, combined the bar and shop and created joint areas with displays in the shop facing the bar. The material used was oak wood.
The central display, designed by Eduardo Susaeta, must be highlighted: this was made of oak wood with veneer boards, creating three or four interlinked shelves and a wall bench for use by visitors that leads to a low shelf where products can be placed.
On passing through the area, the light source made of oak wood, with backlit Perspex can be seen. Images of the outside of the winery and photographs of products on promotion are hung around it.
The display shelves include LED lighting at the rear so that the wine is lit with a suitable light for the product.
The entrance desks were also modified and glass displays created where small products can be shown.