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Oregon Wine Hotel

Located in the heart of Oregon wine country and conceived as a new typology for a winery and boutique hotel, individual pavilions are alternated with exterior garden courtyards into a chessboard plan. This planning approach unifies a variety of programs into a self-contained 5-minute micro-city, allowing the number of units and clusters to expand over time. To maximize solar access, the pitched roof canopies rise and fall at varying heights to allow either full-height or clerestory glazing on all four sides of each unit. As a typology, the development serves as a new model for a complex yet site-preserving plan for rural habitation that is applicable across a spectrum of contexts and geographies.

Yamhill County, Oregon, US

Winery, showroom, guestrooms

557 m² (6,000 ft²)


Daniel Bayne, Andrew Heid, Chung Ming Lam, Jean Lien, Junwei Li, Gaby San Roman Bustinza

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