Marrying Form and Function: Designing a Useful, Compelling Space for Your Craft Beverage Business
There are many technical demands to be met when building out a craft beverage production facility: water, drainage, electrical, even ceiling heights. But with the growing importance of in-house sales, producers need to think about the aesthetic experience of public-facing spaces, as well. In this webinar, Virginia SBDC Craft Beverage Assistance Manager Chris Van Orden will ask Christopher Peli of CORE architecture + design how breweries, wineries, cideries, and distilleries can design their facilities to balance form and function.
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Speaker: Christopher Peli, CORE architecture + design
As a senior job captain at CORE with more than 15 years of experience, Christopher is involved in many diverse project types from hospitality to urban design, renovation and new construction. Christopher has extensive construction administration experience on complex building renovation and restaurant projects. He pushes the envelope of the hospitality design industry by looking at obstacles of budget, tight timeframes, and site conditions as tools for decision-making rather than restrictions