Crumbled Rock Winery - Addition and Remodel

Location: Dundee, OR
Construction completed: 2008

Project Highlights:

  • » Architect experienced with various small to medium scale wineries including providing adequate clearances for processing equipment and operation.
  • » Addition provides natural light through clerestory and windows in office.
  • » Modified existing pole building structure.
  • Side view of building after addition, with new siding, roofing and trim matching the original barn

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    Winery addition to small barn by Marcia A. Mikesh Architect Inc.
  • Side view of building after addition, with new siding, roofing and trim matching the original barn

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    Winery addition to small barn by Marcia A. Mikesh Architect Inc.
  • Side of building before construction

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    Winery addition to small barn by Marcia A. Mikesh Architect Inc.
  • 3D computer model showing existing structure with addition

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    Winery addition to small barn by Marcia A. Mikesh Architect Inc.
  • Interior view shows the new wine process room with fermenting tanks and barrels

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    Winery addition to small barn by Marcia A. Mikesh Architect Inc.
  • Interior view of office with clerestory and view to north orchard

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    Winery addition to small barn by Marcia A. Mikesh Architect Inc.
  • Interior view shows the original roof structure with the new addition structure

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    Winery addition to small barn by Marcia A. Mikesh Architect Inc.

This project transformed a 10-year old existing pole barn (2600 square feet) into a winery with additions including a new barrel room, office and lab areas, with a new clerestory for natural light, a covered crush pad, and upgraded the existing toilet room to ADA standards. The completed project included 2160 square feet of additions plus a new 865 square foot covered crush pad. Coordinated work with Doyle Engineering, structural design consultant. Architectural services included preliminary design through minimal construction observation.