Wine, Dine, Live, Work

Custom ingredients were used to create a dark plaster exterior; the large quantity of traditional pigments required kept the plaster from binding.

The linear building houses the dedicated public realm to the left, and the public/private spaces to the right.

This larger room is used for private living and corporate events and features a drop-down projection screen at the fireplace.

A large wine refrigerator separates the living room and kitchen.

The hospitality suite at Paul Hobbs Winery is everything the surrounding production buildings are not: crisp, refined, and detailed to a T.

The wine-tasting room has a large vertical fire feature along one of its walls.

The wine-tasting room offers a vineyard view.

Red kitchen cabinet panels are made from red fabric sandwiched between three layers of resin.

Full-height pivoting doors flank a large wine fridge and lead to a professional-grade kitchen.

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