A “wine factory” in complete harmony with the surrounding nature, thanks to the choice of materials and colours by the ASV3 - Officina di Architettura firm, founded by architect Fiorenzo Valbonesi.
The Campo Del Sole winery lies on the natural slope of the Bertinoro hills, in total harmony between man and nature. It is only when you enter the winery that you see the impressive spaces designed as a large laboratory harmoniously constructed with non-intrusive forms and technologies. The choice of interior coverings appears to match the architectural desire to create a dialogue with the form of the surrounding hills.
Cotto d’Este was chosen to cover the floor surfaces not only due to the technical and aesthetic characteristics that define its outstanding production, but also due to the central role that environmental sustainability plays in the company’s production processes.
From the brand’s wide range of finishes and collections, the ASV3 firm chose the Buxy collection, a Cotto d’Este best seller, inspired by Burgundy quarry stone, in the Noisette finish characterized by a natural and sophisticated style.
Thanks to its excellent technical characteristics, the 14mm-thick Buxy porcelain stoneware guarantees tensile strength that is 3 times higher than traditional 10 mm stoneware and is ideal for the interior of the winery thanks to its resistance to bending, impact, stains, chemical attacks and temperature changes.