Our Diskin Cider Distillery project was presented with a 2019 Citation Award from Middle Tennessee AIA recently at their "Celebration of Architecture" awards ceremony. We teamed with architect Michael Goorevich to transform an existing industrial trucking garage into Nashville's first craft cider distillery, tasting pavillion, and event space. MZA's Brad Province was lead architect on the project.

Completed in May 2018, the building is a multi-purpose space, capable of hosting a variety of events including concerts, receptions, movies, dinners, and tastings inside the production area of the distillery. The architecture stays true to the original warehouse design and made as few alterations to the exterior as possible to maintain the appearance of the original building.

Inside, all spaces not associated with the making of cider are housed in a single wooden box that also features a tasting pavillion reminiscent of an agricultural shed. The shed is open to the warehouse floor, where long tables and furniture provide places to gather. Throughout, seating and furniture was designed to be reconfigurable, allowing for maximum flexibility.