Amplifying the beauty of the iconic Tasmanian east coastline, sits the ‘devil’s corner cellar door and lookout’ by cumulus studio. Designed for Australian wine company brown brothers, the impressive structure was created to offer the optimum vineyard experience with outstanding panoramic views.

Constructed from repurposed and adapted shipping containers, the structure is now mountable for visitors to explore the curated installation at their leisure.

Due to the low-cost, shipping containers are gradually making an entrance into the world of architecture. With recent examples including a house in Northern Ireland by architect and farmer Patrick Bradley made from the robust durable boxes. (Dazeen, 2016)

Devil’s Corner | Cumulus Studio | Photography by Dazeen

Devil’s Corner | Cumulus Studio | Photography by Dazeen

Devil’s Corner | Cumulus Studio | Photography by Dazeen

Devil’s Corner | Cumulus Studio | Photography by designboom

Devil’s Corner | Cumulus Studio | Photography by DesignBoom

Devil’s Corner | Cumulus Studio | Photography by designboom

Devil’s Corner | Cumulus Studio | Photography by designboom

Commenting on the collaboration with the vineyard, the studio state;

“The project for the wine company Brown Brothers seeks to amplify the experience of this iconic view to create a new tourism experience on the east coast of Tasmania” Cumulus Studio (Dezeen, 2016)

References

Design Boom (2016) Cumulus studio’s vineyard observatory frames views of australian peninsula [Online] Available at http://Http://www.designboom.com/architecture/cumulus-studio-devils-corner-lookout-cellar-door-australia-05-09-2016/ [Accessed 11/5/16]

Dezeen (2016) Http://www.dezeen.com/2016/05/10/cumulus-studio-devils-corner-lookout-cellar-door-brown-brothers-winery-apslawn-tasmania-shipping-containers/ [Online] Available at http://Http://www.dezeen.com/2016/05/10/cumulus-studio-devils-corner-lookout-cellar-door-brown-brothers-winery-apslawn-tasmania-shipping-containers/ [Accessed 11/5/16]