The d’Arenberg Cube

Located in the iconic Mclaren Vale wine region, d’Arenberg has been producing award winning wines over 4 generations since 1912.

The new five storey multi-function building is set amongst Mourvèdre vines, with views overlooking the rolling hills of Willunga and the 19th century homestead that houses the existing cellar door and d’Arry’s Verandah Restaurant. The d’Arenberg Cube, modelled on the design of a Rubik’s cube, is an $14 million building which spans five storeys and features a tasting room, restaurant and a viewing gallery overlooking the sprawling vineyard and rolling hills of the Southern Vales.

This unique building will become just as much of an icon as the winery itself. With the top two stories turned askew from the rest of the building, the illusion of floating in a vineyard and a folding origami entrance, the Cube is certain to attract both national and international attention.

BE Switchcraft has provided the main switchboard and distribution boards for this project through the builder Sarah Constructions.

 

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