Thursday 23 February 2023
6.00 pm – 8.00 pm (AEDT)


Living Edge
650 Church Street
Richmond Melbourne VIC 3121
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Program Info

Designing for a winery requires a unique understanding of the brand, the visitor and the experiential journey. What other factors make for a memorable and commercially successful fitout? In this highly respected speaker program presented by Artichoke magazine, we explore the creation of winery venues for an increasingly discerning guest and client.


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Sophia Buckle

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Stoney Rise Cellar Door in Tasmania by Cumulus Studio. Photography by Anjie Blair.


Stacey Van Harn

Co-director, Hecker Guthrie

Stacey is a co-director of celebrated Melbourne design studio Hecker Guthrie, where she applies a process-driven approach to deliver thoughtful, warm and familiar interior spaces. Holding a Bachelor of Built Environment in Interior Design, Stacey has gained nearly 18 years’ experience across residential, commercial, hotel and hospitality design, including wineries across Australia.

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Rhys Gorgol

Founder and Creative Principal, The Company You Keep

Rhys is the founder and creative principal of branding and design studio The Company You Keep. His practice is grounded in the position that conscious design informs a deep unconscious impression. His work is often unconventional and layered being formed on a clear narrative that is experienced in great detail. Working extensively within design for hospitality he collaborates with artists, chefs, architects and makers. The Company You Keep recently completed wayfinding and brand work for LVMH’s Chandon Estate.

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Peter Walker

Director, Cumulus Studio

Peter is a director and founder of Cumulus Studio. Insatiably curious, he sees each project as a chance to dive into something new, be it place, culture, material or experience. For Peter, architecture is best practiced with a light-hearted, playful and open mindset. Awarded nationally and internationally for his high-profile tourism project portfolio, Peter’s work includes transforming sensitive heritage sites like Pumphouse Point and The Apple Shed as well as newer projects such as Saffire or Devil’s Corner winery.

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