The Stoller Family Estate pavilion is intended to serve as a tasting room and hospitality center for the existing winery. The building’s design features a glass curtainwall with views up into the vineyard, a rooftop solar array, an expansive outdoor patio, and a complete commercial kitchen.
Comprised of more than 200 individual planks, the sine wave ceiling was sourced from the Douglas Fir trees left standing after the 2002 Biscuit Fire burned more than 500,000 acres of the Siskiyou National Forest. R&H crews installed each plank individually, hanging the planks from hidden wires. Our team constructed a field mock-up to demonstrate the exact positioning of the planks prior to installation. The project achieved Net Zero certification.