Northern Spain's Ancient Vaulted Cellars Inspire Intriguing New Wine Shop by Zooco Studio

At De Vinos y Viandas in Valladolid, Spain, by Zooco Estudio, the shop’s wine selection is displayed amid custom arches and ribs in varnished MDF. Photography by Imagen Subliminal.

LEDs spotlight the nearly 1,000 bottles stored in shelving of the same material. Photography by Imagen Subliminal.

When open, the storefront’s bifold window becomes a bar-height counter overlooking the street. Photography by Imagen Subliminal.

Wavy acrylic mirrors nod to liquid while making the 430-square-foot space appear bigger. Photography by Imagen Subliminal.

Lacquered aluminum frames the storefront. Photography by Imagen Subliminal.

Antifog glass tops a custom refrigerated vitrine selling cheeses and sausage. Photography by Imagen Subliminal.

Computer renderings show the kitchen, walk-in air-conditioned wine cellar, and bathroom, along with the 18 laser-cut panels forming the custom system of arches and ribs.

Computer renderings show the kitchen, walk-in air-conditioned wine cellar, and bathroom, along with the 18 laser-cut panels forming the custom system of arches and ribs.

Computer renderings show the kitchen, walk-in air-conditioned wine cellar, and bathroom, along with the 18 laser-cut panels forming the custom system of arches and ribs.

Catas, or tastings, take place at a custom table of lacquered MDF mounted to a structural column. Photography by Imagen Subliminal.

The ribs and arches are meant to mimic the view of looking into a wine glass or an oak barrel. Photography by Imagen Subliminal.

Polished terrazzo tile recalls the stone found in the region’s wine cellars. Photography by Imagen Subliminal.

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