Placed at the dramatic intersection of the Andes Mountains and lush green vineyards as far as the eye can see, Argentine architecture duo Bormida & Yanzon designed a striking structure that houses Bodega O. Fournier. Going well beyond esthetics, the winery was built to facilitate a gravity-driven winemaking process that minimizes damage to the grapes.  Under the canopy of a huge metallic roof, whole grapes are gently crushed on the winery’s top level where the juice can naturally move down a level into fermentation tanks. The wine then trickles into the wine cellar, which houses an art gallery. Beautiful form meets smart function.