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Caymus-Suisun Winery featured in Wallpaper*

The new winery offers an exploratory visitor experience spread across two buildings and traversable vineyards, with a range of indoor and outdoor seating, tasting, and retail space.

"We talked with our clients about the desire to create something that has an iconic presence, and yet feels well integrated into the landscape. The resulting buildings are warm and inviting, reflecting the Wagner family’s forward-thinking, open-minded approach to winemaking."
Greg Mottola, FAIA, Principal-in-Charge

Wallpaper* recently featured our first winery project, exploring the inspiration behind the design with Greg Mottola, FAIA, a principal in our San Francisco office, and Sarah Giesenhagen of The Bureau. Along with the architectural process, US Editor Pei-Ru Keh highlights the immersive experience created through the integration of artwork from nearly 30 creative collaborators, from a large sculpture that recalls vineyard burn piles to a hand-carved stone water station, along with thoughtful interiors consisting of custom furniture and mixed materials. Read the full article below.