76: Adaptive Reuse | Sequitur Winery

In this episode, Cherise is joined by Chris Brown and Brent Linden, Principals and Co-founders of Linden, Brown Architecture. They discuss Sequitur Winery in Newberg, Oregon.

Originally a dairy farm, a 7,500-sf barn at the heart of an unused farm in the Willamette Valley, has been transformed into a cathedral for winemaking.

The project included 11,000 sf of new structures for wine production support and hospitality spaces. As for the original heavy timber barn, it required seismic retrofitting, so to preserve the original structure, it was lifted 3-feet to make way for the new foundation!

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