Digital arts rendering allowed visualization of the interior renovation of the Ironhand Winery Tasting Room. Cycling through multiple layouts and light fixtures assisted design decisions. See the finished project here!
This commercial architecture project involved the renovation of a part of what was originally a National Guard Armory, circa 1910. The Interior Design team selected finishes to complement the original industrial structural elements. Custom features included the new wine bar, patio fence, toilet partitions, and some of the furniture. All new furniture was provided for the tasting room, with some items being retro or repurposed. New decorative light fixtures were provided throughout. Artwork and signage were designed uniquely for the building. Additionally, finish materials for the storage space and bathrooms were provided, along with a layout for a warming kitchen to support the wine bar and adjacent event space.
- Permanent Wine Tasting Bar
- Rustic & Salvaged elements to reflect a boutique winery aesthetic
- Decorative light fixtures to create an intimate feel
- Flexible and varied furniture to allow for a multitude of events