NEW MULTI-TENANT WINERY | STUDY

NEW MULTI-TENANT WINERY | STUDY

CARLTON, OR

Boxwood’s successful sustainable winery design paradigms are expressed in new ways with this new winery designed to be a home for several winery tenants.  The metal building frame was wrapped in Faswall blocks (a construction material made from recycled wood shipping palets in a concrete matrix) instead of metal siding.  Daylighting was balanced with tall light monitors above each space that not only provide natural light, they double as chimney’s for heat evacuation and night time cooling and serve as intakes for CO2 evacuation.  Multiple large bay loading areas are perfect for grape delivery inside each space where crush takes place.  Barrel rooms are surrounded by Faswall blocks as well to isolate them from other spaces and reduce cooling loads.  Tenants can display their wines in a common tasting room located on the south west corner of the building reducing overhead for each winery.

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