Riff Cold Brew — Bend, OR
Worked with Stemach Architecture and owners of Riff to create a scrim wall to shield the walk in cooler and allow access on the corner of the cooler to reach in and get the Riff product. The other challenge for the wall was to incorporate 4 TV displays into the grid system. All of rectangle spaces needed to have a mounting system to hold a wooden background panel and glass stops. Each rectangle space within the wall has to hold the glass over the top of each wooden panel and TV to create a level of sophistication.
The focal point and heart of the Riff tasting room is the 30 steel tube tap towers. Paul Evers, Riff owner, wanted to create a very complicated looking tower system that also seemed very elegant. Prototyping and problem solving was the key. While working with Easy Bar, Kyle Renstrom got create to make the tap hoses work within the crazy tap towers. Also worked on 3D printed parts for the end housing, thanks to Chris Ferguson, Fergusonworks. The base plate system had to mount the 30 tap towers which in turn was another important part of the success of the project. Worked with ISCO Manufacturing to achieve the right parts made on the programable CNC. Everything all came together for the final celebration!