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Phase 1 completed May 2022, Phase 2 In Process

Through FBD’s continued relationship with Constellation Brands we had the opportunity to work with another of their many wineries, The Prisoner Wine Company. FBD was brought onto this project to update their office spaces in a similar style and vibe as their tasting rooms. Transformed from the old Franciscan winery, The Prisoner Wine Co. has renovated the tasting space to be edgy and industrial while the office spaces remained untouched. As the two spaces were very disjointed, FBD helped to bring cohesion to the space.

FBD accomplished this by replacing the flooring and adding fresh paint throughout this wing of the building. We helped to design and specify new black steel handrails to match the aesthetic of the winery and even more simple updates such as new wall plates. In the break room we created surrounds to help conceal and hide the large number of appliances and added interest to the space with a mirrored backsplash and a large sputnik style light. As this space sees a lot of action during harvest, we provided ample seating and a large island for potlucks and gatherings.

We are currently working with The Prisoner Wine Co. on the second phase of this project which is a bathroom remodel with an anticipated completion of March 2023.

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St. Helena, CA

Project Facts

  • Start to finish: Phase 1 completed May 2022, Phase 2 In Process
  • Location: 1178 Galleron Rd, St. Helena, CA 94574
  • Furniture Budget: $85,000
  • Project scope: Full remodel plus flooring, paint, lighting, and furniture specification.
  • Square footage: 6,800 sq. ft.
  • Employees: 25+
  • Challenge: Phasing the work proved to be challenging as we had to move out furniture into rental storage lockers, while continuing to provide proper access and workspace for those still on site.

Paula's Project Thoughts...

Constellation Brands has been a client of ours for a long time. In the past we helped them recycle and reuse furniture. This project was a nice challenge for us and our Interior Design capabilities, we specified all the interior finishes from flooring to lighting. We had a smaller budget than the tasting room had during their remodel, yet we created a cohesive space for staff to feel part of the overall design aesthetic throughout the winery.

Paula Stabler

Principle, Facilities By Design