Figurehead Brewing Company, Brewery & Tasting Room, Magnolia
BREWERIES / DISTILLERIES
This small brewery had a desire to bring their ales to their Magnolia neighborhood and we sought to make the most of their modest budget for design and permitting. The design was simple and straightforward with an unpretentious 30-seat taproom with a small outdoor seating area that kept the focus strongly on the beer.
Magnuson Cafe and Brewery, Magnuson Park
Located in the old “Torpedo Shop” building within the historic Sand Point Naval Air Station run by Seattle Parks and Recreation, Magnuson Cafe and Brewery brings a much-needed restaurant to the area along with a full working brewery and a 2,400 sf deck. Materials used in the design like metal and wood are intended to blend with the original space. Inside the oversized original historic front doors, visitors are greeted by an angular front counter backed by a reclaimed Douglas fir wall.
Captive Spirits Distillery, Ballard
The company’s new larger facility allows for the expansion of their sole brand Big Gin and required a technical program and careful engineering for the heavy, industrial equipment and a new tasting room for 25 people. Additional unique complication included working with The City of Seattle due to its shoreline restrictive uses, and avoiding substantial energy upgrades to the structure. Also permitted Sound Spirits distillery in adjacent space.
Reuben's Brews Brewery, Ballard
This local, beloved husband-and-wife-owned brewery has a simple, wharehouse aesthetic with a taproom for the community to enjoy the micro-brews first hand. This project required a great amount of coordination with mechanical and structural engineers for the highly-tehcnical equipment, their associated needs and the large, heavy tanks and vats.
Mollusk Brewery, South Lake Union
Mollusk is a brewery, bar, and restaurant with a custom wall designed from old barrels that provide adds depth and character to the main area while bringing together the brewery on one side and the bar and lounge space on the other. A large window wall offers a great view of the Mollusk Brewery from behind the taller banquette that allows visitors a peek in on the beer-making process.
West Seattle | Seattle, Washington
DATE OF COMPLETION
Malia Campbell Photography