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Caymus-Suisun Winery an Interior Design Best of Year Honoree

The project was recognized in the Bar/Lounge category in a ceremony at Penn 1 in New York.

Caymus-Suisun Winery shifts the paradigm on the traditional, prescriptive approach to wine tasting, presenting a laid-back, resort-like pavilion for experiencing the wine and landscape of an undiscovered piece of California wine country. The project was honored during Interior Design’s Best of Year ceremony at Penn 1, which was also live-streamed through Design TV.

An elemental palette of hardwoods, ground-face concrete block, engineered timber, and poured concrete establishes a humble yet refined atmosphere throughout. Caymus-Suisun’s ethos of elevated approachability is established by a gallery-like compendium of handmade furnishings, fixtures, and art inspired by the landscape and conveying a level of intention and artisanship reflective of our client’s winemaking legacy and pioneering nature. The tasting room, a glass pavilion in the landscape, features retractable walls and operable transom windows that allow it to open completely to its surroundings.

The project team included interior design by The Bureau, led by Sarah Giesenhagen in collaboration with Thad Geldert of Geldert Studios, and Cello & Maudru contractors. Photo: © Yoshihiro Makino