Winery in Kutjevo lays in croatian Slavonia, the cradle of winemaking in Croatia, where the monks in 13th century founded the first abbey and wine cellar. Althought many other prominent winemakers operate in the area, still it remains underdeveloped, which makes any bussiness impulse an important one, for the whole region. The winery is placed in the Kutjevo city centre, on the main street, which is why we wanted it to be primarily experienced as a city house. Only upon entering, the visitor discovers it is a production facility as well. A clear architectonic design derives from the intent the house fits into the city structure and yet remains contemporary. Initial inspiration comes from the traditional wine cellars and country houses. Buildings of the area often have concrete bases and brick walls which gain in patina and robustness in time. Winery is divided in two parts; the base is in concrete vaults which both open and hide the space for wine ageing in barrels. Contrary to the usual winery scheme, the barrels are placed into street window, instead of a cellar, to have contact with the street and invite passer-bys. Concrete base also comprises wine degustation facilities. The upper part of the house in brick houses the wine production and the storage, which communicate via back street.