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Glen Ellen Winery & History Museum

This project is adaptive reuse of a historic Sonoma County building, a portion of which was originally developed in 1880 by General Mariano Vallejo as a sawmill. The architect’s task was to create a casual, comfortable and functional visitor’s center from the historic collection of the wood and concrete building.

The tasting room features simple yet elegantly detailed wood walls, fixtures, and tasting bar. The history center, a favorite Sonoma County visitor’s destination, was created by linking five enormous vats, originally designed to hold wine, to form a rhythm of sandblasted concrete exhibit spaces.

Facts & Figures

Location

Glen Ellen, California

Category

Recognition

Historical Society Award. Sonoma League for Historical Preservation Annual Awards.  Glenn Ellen Winery Tasting Room and History Center.  1996.
Honorable Mention. Northern California and Western Nevada Chapter Concrete Construction Awards.  Glenn Ellen Winery Tasting Room and History Center.  1996.

Models & Design

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