SHED Store and Café, Healdsburg, Calif., by Jensen Architects.
Mariko Reed SHED Store and Café, Healdsburg, Calif., by Jensen Architects.


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Longtime residents of the California wine country town, Cindy Daniel and Doug Lipton founded Shed as a “modern grange” to celebrate locally grown food. Keeping with the theme, San Francisco–based Jensen Architects designed the 10,801-square-foot barn-inspired structure—which includes a marketplace and café on the ground floor, and an event space on the second level—with sustainability in mind. Completed in July 2013, the structure is clad in pre-engineered steel panels finished with Zincalume, which will develop a patina over time. Shed’s nine roll-up doors create natural ventilation and encourage free-flowing foot traffic.

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The Shed, designed by Jensen Architects
Mariko Reed The Shed, designed by Jensen Architects


Balconies maximize outdoor space.
Mariko Reed Balconies maximize outdoor space.


Market and restaurant.
Mariko Reed Market and restaurant.


Second-floor event space.
Mariko Reed Second-floor event space.



Signage is integrated into the metal building.
Mariko Reed Signage is integrated into the metal building.