A concealed halo of red LEDs at the entry portal draws guests and reinforces the Hall Wines brand. In order to create unique event settings, dimming controls were combined with astronomical and daylight controls to manage energy and support programmatic needs.
A juxtaposition of carefully integrated fixtures concealed in slots and coves create striking visual composition. Illuminated surfaces throughout the space accentuate the architectural textures of the hospitality building while providing a long-life and a simplified maintenance schedule. With this new design, Hall Wines becomes the first winery in the state of California to achieve LEED Gold certification, meeting stringent energy and light trespass criteria. A feat worth toasting for!
- • LEED Gold Certified
- • LED fixtures throughout
- • Completed within Owner’s budget objectives
- Signum Architecture
- • 215,000 square feet
- • $53 million
- Illuminating Engineering Society (IES)
- • Edwin F. Guth Memorial Award for Interior Lighting Design