The Art of the Cellar

Balancing form and function, modern collectors are commissioning showpiece safe havens for their wines

The Art of the Cellar
Artist and cellar designer Robert Cameron created a 14-foot-tall sculpture filled with different decades of Sauternes as the centerpiece of a client’s home cellar in Toronto. (Artin Kavousi)
From the Sep 30, 2020, issue

Today's wine collectors are incorporating wine storage into their homes in dramatic ways, creating spaces that combine state-of-the-art technology with artistic presentation. In this story, top designers share their approaches to building secure, sophisticated wine rooms for collections of all sizes and styles, from ultramodern glass-and-steel repositories to historic-replica caves with cutting-edge amenities, and the owners of these breathtaking cellars take us inside their wine sanctuaries.

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