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Monthly Archives: March 2014

Winery Designed With Alucobond ACM Reflects Lakeside’s Natural Beauty

Alucobond ACM, Painted Rock Estate Winery Tasting Room, Photo by Carey Tarr

Project Name: Painted Rock Estate Winery Tasting Room
Project Location: Penticton, BC, Canada
Alucobond Materials: Custom Seafoam Metallic and NaturAL Reflect
Year of Installation: 2013
Architect: Fallowfield Design + Development in association with Robert Mackenzie Architect Inc.
Fabricator: Keith Panel Systems Co. Ltd., Vancouver, British Columbia
Attachment System: KPS System A Plus pressure-equalized rainscreen
Installer: Laing Roofing Ltd., Kelowna, British Columbia,
Images: Photos © Carey Tarr courtesy of Painted Rock Estate Winery Ltd.
The singular focus of Painted Rock Estate Winery, according to proprietor John Skinner, had been “all about the wine” since he and his family purchased this 60-acre property overlooking the eastern shore of Skaha Lake in Penticton, British Columbia, in 2004. That single-minded emphasis has produced extraordinary results for this young winery – most recently named “Winery of the Year” in British Columbia in the 2013 InterVin International Wine Awards, which awarded gold medals for Painted Rock’s 2010 Cabernet and 2010 Syrah wines. (more…)


Modular Aluminum Kiosks Imitate Paper Origami

Modular Aluminum Koisks, London, Make Architects
Architects often seek inspiration from contemporary art forms. While origami is an ancient practice, and although disputed, there is evidence of its popularity as a modern art form since the mid-1900s. The art of folded paper became the design influence for a set of portable kiosks created by London architecture firm, Make. (more…)


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