Sited adjacent to the original farmhouse this 12,700 SF winery and tasting room draws its inspiration from the shapes and materials of local farm structures. A 4,000 SF Barrel Room is built into the hill, below grade, to provide even temperatures. The structure is of simple materials and wood construction to keep cost modest. Reclaimed wood was used at both the exterior and the interior cabinets. The tasting room opens to a large covered porch with views east to Mount Hood and the Willamette Valley.

Location: Amity, Oregon

Size: Hospitality 2,700 SF, Winery 10,000 SF

Project Team: Richard Brown AIA, Geoffrey Harker, and Jason Didion

Contractor: Perlo Construction

Photographer: Josh Partee Photography

 

 

 

 

 

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