Waterleaf provided architectural services for the adaptive reuse and renovation of the historic Whitehouse-Crawford Building in Walla Walla, Washington, originally built in 1905. Seven Hills Winery occupies two-thirds of the building and includes a production facility for 1,000 barrels, fermentation space, tasting room, administration, and lab spaces. The nationally-acclaimed Whitehouse-Crawford Restaurant occupies the remainder of the building.

Program: Historic Renovation, Adaptive Reuse, Event Facility, Tasting Room, Wine production facility