Gaige House + Ryokan
A Hotel & Spa
About the Project
Built in the 1800s, Gaige House + Ryokan served as both a home and place of business for its namesake Albert Ebenezer Gaige, a successful butcher in northern California. Today, the restored grounds, Zen suites and traditional Japanese inns (Ryokans) feature an Asian modernist style and provide a serene and comfortable stay for Wine Country travelers.
The peaceful hideaway wanted to showcase the overall east meets west style of their property and create an inviting brand look. By incorporating moon-inspired motifs, we helped them achieve this aesthetic all the while showcasing their location in the valley of the moon.