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“Architecture and Wine” at the Cervantes Institute


‘Architecture and wine’ meetings

In recent years, large wineries have been investing in their interiors, hiring the best architects in the world and thus developing what is used to call “wine tourism”. The ‘Architecture and Wine’ programme created in 2016 by architect Diego Llorente  and the Cervantes Institute in Krakow is dedicated to this trend. 

The series discusses the most interesting architectural projects of Spanish vineyards, including those by world-renowned architects: Norman Foster, Richard Rogers, Santiago Calatrava or Frank O. Gehry.