Join us today for the final episode in our Summer Sessions Mini-Series on designing with sensitivity and style in iconic Northern California landscapes. We explore creating wine country spaces with guests Juancarlos Fernandez, co-founder of Signum Architecture and the designer of esteemed wineries including Cade and Odette, and Brad Krefman, whose eponymous firm designs superb homes in the Bay Area and beyond, and whose recent projects include two sophisticated hospitality spaces for Cornell Vineyards.
Open a bottle of your favorite label, and delve into the processes and philosophies behind crafting mindful homes and wineries in the viticultural landscape, one of Northern California’s great natural treasures.
Hosted by HENRY editor in chief Alisa Carroll.
To learn more about the work of today’s guests:
To shop the sophisticated look Brad Krefman created for the hospitality spaces at Cornell Vineyards, you can find these collections at the following SFDC showrooms:
- Sandra Jordan Alpaca; Hartmann & Forbes – Shears & Window
- Aldo Bernardi; Loro Piana – Hewn
- Zak + Fox – Kneedler Fauchère
- Troscan; de Le Cuona – De Sousa Hughes
Journey further into wine country design and spaces created by today’s guests through the following books, destinations, and websites: