Millbrook Winery

Millbrook Winery, 60km southeast of Perth, has been inspired by experimentation with industrial functionalism while also exploring some of the traditions of European colonial architecture. The pragmatic production functions of the winery are nestled into the hillside, reducing the scale of the building and effectively providing thermal insulation for wine storage. The building form and articulation responds to its beautiful lakeside setting within the jarrah forest landscape.

The facades, columns and floor plates of the existing building have all been retained and expanded to maximise available space allowing single tenancies per floor of up to 1,770m².

A feature of the building is the entry foyer which exposes all of the existing circular concrete columns and conical shaped capitols to highlight the buildings original use as a warehouse.

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Project Number
0001

Client
Peter and Lee Fogarty

Status
Completed 2002

Location
Old Chestnut Lane, Jarrahdale WA 6124

Value
$2.5 million (2002 prices)

Key Personnel
Peter Hobbs, Lee-Anne Kho

Services Provided
Full architectural and interior design services

Referee
Peter and Lee Fogarty

Number of Levels
One

Cost
$2.5 m

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