THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT OF FARM WINERIES: AN ANALYSIS METHODOLOGY FOR DEFINING META-DESIGN REQUIREMENTS

  • Patrizia Tassinari | patrizia.tassinari@unibo.it Dept. of Agricultural Economics and Engineering, Spatial engineering division, University of Bologna, Italy.
  • Sergio Galassi Dept. of Food Science University of Bologna, Italy.
  • Stefano Benni Dept. of Agricultural Economics and Engineering, Spatial engineering division, University of Bologna, Italy.
  • Daniele Torreggiani Dept. of Agricultural Economics and Engineering, Spatial engineering division, University of Bologna, Italy.

Abstract

The study represents the first step of a broader research aimed at outlining specific building and landscape design criteria for small to medium-sized farm wineries. With reference to a study area of the Emilia- Romagna region (Italy) representative of the regional wine-growing and producing sector, the specific aims of the study are the identification and quantification of the main production parameters, and the formulation of a preliminary framework of dimensional and functional requirements of wineries. We acquired, georeferenced, and analysed the available databases about wine farm production and sizes. We analysed a representative sample of such farms and the national and local codes about building design for that sector. The study has led to the definition of the main characters of the production process and a layout of the main parameters influencing the design process.

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2012-06-22
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Keywords:
farm wineries, functional needs, building design.
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How to Cite
Tassinari, P., Galassi, S., Benni, S., & Torreggiani, D. (2012). THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT OF FARM WINERIES: AN ANALYSIS METHODOLOGY FOR DEFINING META-DESIGN REQUIREMENTS. Journal of Agricultural Engineering, 42(2), 25-32. https://doi.org/10.4081/jae.2011.2.25