Anderson Valley Winery

This project was the initial concept design for a winery facility in the Anderson Valley. The client wished to take advantage of the existing hill and incorporate wine caves for some barrel storage, and allow for other aspects of the winery to be contained in simple rural building forms. We split off the tasting room to one side of the caves and their entry plaza, with the barns and covered area of the tanks and winemaking facilities off to the other.

We also incorporated a unique tasting experience into the design of the wine caves to provide for a one of a kind visitor experience.

Daniel Strening was the lead designer at Osborn Design Group for this project.

West Soda Rock Market

This project was for a ‘wine market’ across the street from a winery we had previously designed. The idea was that this would be a simple contemporary structure that could house a small farmers market, deli and espresso bar – in addition to wine sales.

The building was designed to reflect the unique ingenuity of typical agricultural forms, and add a layer of sophistication to reflect the client’s sensibilities.

Winery Expansion

This project was a straightforward expansion of an existing winery with world renown quality wine. The addition reflects the client’s straightforward approach to winemaking and life. Sonoma County grew from a rich agricultural tradition and this winery is a reflection of that heritage. The gable form for the barrel storage came straight from an existing barn on the property, and, much like the agricultural forms all over the county, the new office wing and support spaces were a simple expansion of this dramatic barn roof form.

Daniel Strening was the lead designer at Osborn Design Group for this project.