Longplay Wines, crafting unique wines from their vineyard in the Chehalem Mountains, prides itself on being "analog wine for a digital world." Located on a high-profile corner in Newberg OR, the building reflects the industrial heritage of the area with standing seam roofing and corrugated metal siding. A dramatic shed roof, outfitted with an array of solar panels, envelops the wine production area. Parallel to this, a lofty sun lit tasting room welcomes visitors with interior walls of salvaged wood from the vineyards. Tall glass roll-up doors extend the indoors out to a landscaped terrace.

Location: Newberg, Oregon

Size: Hospitality 2,000 SF, Winery 7,000 SF

Project Team: Richard Brown AIA, Jason Didion, Hope Telford,

                       Narges Shams, and Riannon Reynolds

Contractor: Cornice Construction



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