Architect Norman Foster, the man behind London’s Gherkin and other notable landmarks, is conquering new territory. The ‘starchitect’ has unveiled plans for his first winery, the Faustino Winery located in Castilla y Leon, Spain. This winery is unlike any other, and its macho look is aided by a plethora of Corten steel and exposed concrete. The building is largely blocky and angular, and it sits partially underground to maximize passive heating and cooling. On the inside, the winery features dark wood and raw floors, along with high ceilings. On the roof, photovoltaic cells generate clean energy for the property. See more of this winery below.