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Saxum Vineyard Equipment Barn

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Standort
Paso Robles
Jahr
2018
Stockwerke
1–5 Stockwerke
Bauherrschaft
Saxum Vineyards
Team
SSG Structural Engineering (structural engineering), Rarig Construction (contractor), Pacific Energy (solar basis of design), Clayton Korte (architecture & lighting design)

Located in the Templeton Gap area of West Paso Robles, this simple agricultural storage structure rests at the toes of the 50 acre James Berry Vineyard. Designed as a modern pole barn, the reclaimed oil field pipe structure’s primary objectives are to provide an armature for a photovoltaic roof to reduce the purchase of electric energy for the adjacent Saxum Winery, collect rainfall for irrigating trees and adjacent grazing meadow, as well as to provide workshop space and covered storage for farming vehicles, implements, and livestock supplies. The photovoltaic system is designed to produce roughly 88,700 kWh per year, with the capacity to take Saxum Winery and the vineyard irrigation wells off-grid.

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