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Architecture: Flametree Winery

December 13, 2010

Naked Architecture designs a coastal-style building for the Flametree Winery in Western Australia.

Situated on the tourist route between Dunsborough and Busselton in southwest WA, this new winery has enjoyed early success with its premium wine produced on site and a popular Cellar Door.

The brief for this building was an elegant, coastal-style building that welcomes customers with a relaxed atmosphere. The building accommodates wine sales, food preparation and service, as well as a boardroom and administration facilities.

The building was designed by Clayton Lindley during his employment with local winery designer, Castle Rock Design. Naked Architecture and Castle Rock Design bring complimentary skills to winery projects and work jointly to provide a comprehensive design, documentation and contract administration service for the complete winery project.

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