Floating in the Nothingness
25 septembre - 3 janvier 2023
Château La Coste, Vineyard, Art Centre and Restaurants
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Exhibitions - open daily from 12pm to 5pm
Tia-Thuy Nguyen - Floating in the Nothingness
Near Aix-en-Provence, A stunning
The last project of the domain a Pavilion - Auditorium by Oscar Niemeyer.
Set amongst a vineyard of Vermentino grapes, the new structure serves as an exhibition space and auditorium. Visitors start their journey via a curved, glazed elevation leading to a 380m² gallery. Adjacent to this is a 140m² cylindrical auditorium with a capacity of 80 seats.
The pavilion, with its organic, curved architecture reflects Niemeyer’s distinctive style and sits in perfect harmony with the surrounding vines and rolling Provençal hills. The striking glass façade gives the impression of the vineyard unfolding through the building, while the shallow pool at the entrance beautifully captures the interaction of light and reflection.
An authentic and welcoming place which offers guests, diners and visitors a feeling of freedom, both in their dealings with the property’s teams and when choosing from the wide range of bespoke options as they spend a day with family or friends, organise private events or host groups.
Château La Coste
In the heart of the vineyards
Visit Château La Coste’s wine estate, 20 minutes from Aix-en-Provence, in Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade.
Spanning some 200 hectares, it boasts a wealth of history, including a wine-making tradition which dates back to Roman times, in a remarkable setting featuring vineyards, cypresses, stone pines, olive trees and oaks.
Visit the wine cellar designed by the architect Jean Nouvel, try some of the property’s organic wines or sign up for a wine-tasting workshop: there are so many ways to learn more about the wine estate.
Art and architecture centre
at the heart of the property
Explore the wine estate as you admire the installation artwork created by artists and architects.
Stroll through the grounds to admire the unusual artwork, wonder at temporary exhibitions or visit the Tadao Ando Art Centre to learn more about art and architecture: whatever you choose, there’s always the option to book a guided tour or to travel by electric buggy.
Browse specialist books on the exhibited artists and architects in the Art Centre boutique.
This bespoke philosophy is the driving force behind Château La Coste’s restaurants.
Visit the Tadao Ando Café Restaurant in Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade, at Château La Coste, near Aix-en-Provence. This beautifully light and bright restaurant, designed by the Japanese architect Tadao Ando, lies in the property’s sleek and spacious Art Centre.
La Terrasse Provençale at ChâteauLa Coste serves authentic and traditional Provençal dishes.
Just moments away from the country house which marks the centre of Château La Coste, the Argentinian restaurant Francis Mallmann stands out with its black and white décor which creates a stylish and welcoming hacienda feel. Château La Coste invites you to enjoy a wonderful sensory experience.