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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