The Allison Inn & Spa nestled in Oregon’s working wine country was designed to provide a sustainable destination to celebrate the region’s agricultural heritage and support its local economy. The Inn is named for Lake Allison - a water body created by glacial melt that covered the Willamette Valley during the ice age depositing the rich soil that produces the region’s fruits, nuts, and wine grapes. The project’s proprietor, a family with ties to the area that span 7 generations, was determined to develop a project that embodied the unique character of the region. Rooted in regional history and immersed into its surroundings, the 85 room Inn, Spa, Restaurant and Conference retreat is designed as a ‘feast for the senses’. Targeting LEED Gold and built by local craftsmen, the project incorporates efficient, state-of-the-art energy and water systems. The Allison was designed to change traditional thinking about hospitality design – to show that sustainability and sense of place can be synonymous with quality and comfort.
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