MH Architects and Vonsaal Design Lock Down a Futuristic Look at The Prisoner Winery

The Tasting Lounge offers duo seating in steel, walnut, and Carrera by Stahl + Band; the custom shelving is steel on Mennonite beams. Photography by Matt Morris for TPWC.

Custom light fixtures, each carved by hand from Mennonite beams hewed from a single tree, hang before custom wine racks made of aluminum plumbing pipe and steel chain. Photography by Matt Morris for TPWC.

The team replaced an outdated water fountain at the entrance with a black canopy of steel and tension fabric. Photography by Matt Morris for TPWC.

The Tasting Lounge’s wire frame chairs are from Palmer Manten; the custom benches and table are aluminum. Photography by Matt Morris for TPWC.

A display table in the Maker’s Studio balances Mennonite beams atop slab aluminum, near custom shelving of blackened ash. Photography by Matt Morris for TPWC.

In the Makery, custom seating gathers across Flor carpet tiles and polished concrete floors. Photography by Matt Morris for TPWC.

Mild steel planter boxes attached to steel fencing form a living wall in the Yard, with custom seating and tables. Photography by Matt Morris for TPWC.

A Tasting Lounge wall of patinated, mirrored stainless steel reflects an Avrett pendant of steel and formed glass. Photography by Matt Morris for TPWC.

Custom sofas in the Tasting Lounge are blackened ash, clad in aluminum, with cushions in Stroheim Kadoma Granite fabric. Photography by Matt Morris for TPWC.

Custom seating surround a table Richard Von Saal crafted from a tree that fell during the 2017 Napa Valley fires. Photography by Matt Morris for TPWC.

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