There was a request for some more pictures of the interior portion of our project. Until I can get more pictures taken and uploaded, I have linked to some pictures below from the past few months that can be found on the winery's facebook page. Hopefully this will provide, for those that care, additional context that might assist you in making educated recommendations to my endless questions. :-) If you wish to view the construction album in its entirety, you can also follow the link below. Yes...I know there is a lot of glass in our Dinner Theater. We will address this with heavy drapes made of a sound absorbing material.http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Van...0065?sk=photos
Main Level Blueprints
Upper Level Blueprints
Lower Level Blueprints
Ballroom/Dinner Theater West Wall (Baffle to be built here)
A view of the Ballroom/Dinner Theater Main Entrance. You can see a little bit of the slightly raised stage to the right.
A view of the Ballroom/Dinner Theater South Wall
Standing at the entrance to the Ballroom/Dinner Theater entrance looking at the Balcony. This picture is about a year old.
A view of the underside of the balcony and where the intended location of the projector. The idea is to mount it in front of the balcony support just under the overhang.
Standing under the balcony on the north side looking south.
Standing at the door way between the under-balcony and the wine tasting room looking Northeast to the "Gift Shop" flanked by two restrooms.
Standing in the middle of the gift shop looking at the two handicap accessable restrooms.
Standing on the north side of the tasting room (18' x 18') looking through the wall into the kitchen (18' x 11').
Standing on the Southeast corner of the "under-balcony" looking east into the kitchen.
Standing on the west side of the fermentation room (lower level) looking at its north wall.
Standing on the Northwest corner of the "Observation Deck" looking at the windows that separate it and the fermentation room. It allows tours to view the stainless steel tanks without having access to them.