The Saffron Fields Vineyard in Oregon. Courtesy of Saffron Fields Vineyard
Designed by architect Richard Shugar of 2Form Architecture, this tasting room in Oregon was completed in 2013. Originally on the site of a dairy farm, the winery’s new building uses reclaimed materials from the old barn and sits on a hill with panoramic views. A small patio cantilevers over a pond that laps against the south side of the building, and guests can enjoy wine on the expansive patio. Sloping roof planes extend from the building and also allow rainwater runoff to be collected for irrigation and to fill up the adjacent pond.
Source: 12 high-design wineries across the U.S. – Curbed
Housed in a former auto body shop, Coopers Hall’s look is modern industrial with a dash of beer hall Bavarian. Photograph by Samantha Bakall for The Oregonian.
via Coopers Hall, an Urban Winery in Portland, Oregon: Remodelista.
Oopsmark settled on using recycled bicycle tires sourced from a local recycling initiative called Consortium Echo-Logique. Held together with gold studs, this minimalist upcycled bicycle wine rack offers an eco-friendly and chic way to carry your favorite bottle of wine around town.
via Oopsmark Upcycles Old Tires into Classy Bicycle Wine Rack for Vegans | Inhabitat – Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building.
“We’ve probably made about 50 tables in the last nine months,” said Thorpe-Bauer.
Bauer Barrel tables are made of a reclaimed wine barrel, which is cut in half and mounted on a base. A tabletop is then placed on the open side of the barrel to complete the table.
“Each wine barrel has a story behind it. You know the type of wine that was in it,” she said. “People get really excited which makes us really excited.”
Mompreneur Ashley Thorpe-Bauer of Bauer Barrels, manufacturers of one-of-a-kind handcrafted furniture made from reclaimed wine barrels, sits with daughters Belle, 2, and Lyla, 1. Ian Holroyd photo
via Burlington woman vying for Mompreneur of the Year honour.