Fun new work from New York designer Dror Benshetrit featured on dezeen.
Once housing a collection of sheep farms, the Brancott Estate vineyard is now a world-leading Sauvignon Blanc wine-growing region in Marlborough, which is located in the north east of New Zealand’s South Island.
The permanent installation is composed of 52 individual weathering steel components that interlock when placed upright, expanding from a flat matrix into an eight-metre-tall, three-dimensional gridded lattice that looks like a giant wine rack.
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