The buildings are an extension on the original MAS RODÓ building, a Casa Pairal, or Manor house, dating back to the 13th century. The newer structures have been built upon the existing remains, including a warehouse supported on the old masonry footings, designed to integrate with the context while adapting it to the new use. The facade of wood and steel seeks complicity with the natural and historical environment, while avoiding mimicry, and aims to integrate with the más through contemporary construction and techniques. The interior, however, reflects a much more extravagant image. The green colour of the vines is the perfect base upon which to present a consolidated image. It is a luminescent, identifying colour, filtered through two points: the window, and the porch; and it illustrates the relationship of the vineyard and the wine, which is to say, the exterior – the field – and the interior – the cellar. The warehouse regenerates old spaces but also creates new ones, and puts the latest technology in the service of wine production. The MAS RODÓ winery was a finalist in the Second Edition of the “Living with Wood” awards granted by the Spanish Council for the Promotion of Wood and Arquin-Fad , with sponsorship from the Spanish Ministry of Science.