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Zach Adams at Fox Farm Brewery in Salem, CT (opening very soon) is crafting his tap handles from old shovels, salvaged from the barn’s former incarnation as a dairy farm. Love this. PS – he needs a few more!
Austin Design is delighted to be working with Joe Rae to bring this local landmark back as an active part of the Shelburne Falls community. The pub brewery on the lowest level will be coming on line first, building on our strong and expanding experience in that sector. After that, the restaurant and banquet space […]
An article yesterday in BusinessWest Magazine by Joseph Bednar follows the unexpected but gratifying growth of central Massachusett’s Tree House Brewing Co. craft brewery. From a tiny start in Brimfield, to two farm-based iterations in Monson, the three partners are now wrapping up their fourth version in Charlton, MA. Austin Design has been working steadily with […]
The Mad River’s Valley Reporter recently ran a story covering the beginning of local permitting for Lawson’s Finest Liquids new facility in Waitsfield, VT. An excerpt: “Lawson’s Finest Liquids completed its multipart review before the Waitsfield Development Review Board with one accelerated hearing last week. On February 14, the Waitsfield Development Review Board heard a […]
Tree House Brewing Co. Twitter account posting, Jan. 22, 2017, RT’d by partner Nate Lanier @TreeHouseNate, saluting co-owner Damien Goudreau @TreeHouseDamien.
A story by Caleigh Cross in the Stowe Reporter describes the wide-ranging benefits that can come from a local-centric commitment to your employees, your region, and your roots. Jen and John Kimmich of The Alchemist “walk the talk” at their new brewery and visitor’s center on Cottage Club Road in Stowe, Vermont, and the impact […]
The compound ringing the courtyard of Austin Design’s recently completed Miller-Sealy residence in Portland, Oregon, snugly shelters its occupants from last week’s big storm.
From the Twitter account of proud owner John Kimmich, @alchemistbeer
Tree House Brewing’s new facility is taking form, rising from the forested hillside in Charlton, MA. With the aid of a 12-ton crane, the primary steel frame is going up quickly on a clean, well-managed site just south of the Mass Turnpike, seen in this drone shot from yesterday – November 1, 2016.
Progress photos from Tree House Brewing’s new facility, just getting out of the ground in Charlton, MA – taken in mid-October by Tom Chalmers. The access road is laid out and the foundation nearly complete. The concrete crew is pulling out this week and the primary steel frame begins to arrive onsite next week.
A view of the main farmyard complex at the [in-process] Black Barn Arts Campus in Guilford, Vermont. The farmstead contains an assemblage of historic buildings variously restored, rebuilt, and re-envisioned. It is the brainchild of artist and builder Daniel Kornguth, who, with his fiancee and his mother, is creating a family compound and residency/performance center […]
From All About Beer Magazine: an insider interview with John Kimmich of The Alchemist, on the occasion of the opening of the new facility in Stowe, VT.
The new brewery in Stowe; photo by Jen Kimmich of The Alchemist, via Boston Globe, design by ADi. Rumor has it the lines will begin forming this Friday on Cottage Club Road in Stowe, Vermont. According to the Boston Globe: “We’ll probably just open up one day,” says Jen Kimmich, in a what-may-be-futile attempt to control […]
The Charlton, MA site chosen for Tree House Brewing‘s new production facility and visitor’s center, as it looked on our first visit in November 2015. With The Alchemist ready to throw open the doors on their new brewery in Stowe, VT, Austin Design is delighted to announce that we are well underway with planning for […]
Full article at Boston Magazine, 05.11.2016. [The Alchemist] …followed up to say they were building a larger production facility and visitors’ center in nearby Stowe, Vt., and Jen Kimmich announced yesterday that it will open in July. “We really just miss the connection with the community. We’re excited to see people again,” she said. “We’ve really been trying […]
Rendering of the Blessed Sacrament campus on Federal Street in Greenfield, MA, west elevation. The new hall and rectory are on the right and still in development. Design and illustration by Kevin O’Neil of Austin Design, Inc. Rendering of Greenfield’s Blessed Sacrament parish hall and rectory, east elevation. The structure steps down to a lower […]
Just add snow. The Hermitage Club Base Lodge, as photographed by Jim Westphalen last winter, with a flurry of flakes courtesy of Adobe.
The Alchemist rising, in Stowe, VT. Isn’t it glorious? Peter brought back his perspective from this week’s site meeting, looking from the mezzanine down the length of the still-wide-open brewery structure. #architecture #craftbeer
Austin Design’s Miller residence, a spectacularly executed cluster of elegant structures with a dramatic hilltop view, is featured on the cover of Portland Home Magazine’s Oct/Nov 2015 issue. The full online digital version may be viewed here.
Just in: a couple of shots from the interiors at the Blacksmith Shop cottage, part of an ongoing, multi-faceted arts campus project in Guilford, Vermont. Although diminutive in size, these spaces articulate themselves both evocatively and definitively. #architecture #vermont Photos by client.
Progress shot from Royal Oak, MD: masonry completed, siding nearly done, cedar roof shingles nearing the ridge!
As the proud owners casually said on Facebook: “Anyone interested in checking out how the construction of the new Alchemist brewery in Stowe is progressing? Beware, there is some pretty awesome drone footage in this one.” Hold on to your hats.
Drama in Stowe, Vermont: the roof framing takes shape through the morning fog last week.
The main mass of this farmhouse in Royal Oak, MD on the eastern shore of the Chesapeake was built in 1880. ADi’s Tom Chalmers designed a major renovation update several years ago; this photo shows the residence as it neared substantial completion of that assignment. Last year, Tom was approached by the owners once again, […]