Redbrook Welcome Center
Designed as the first building in the new Redbrook Village in Plymouth developed by A. D. Makepeace Company, this multi-purpose building was intended to set the architectural style for the new village. The agrarian architectural language was inspired by regional agricultural prototypes, especially the utilitarian structures owned by A.D. Makepeace Company for cranberry farming. Located on a new village green, the building program includes a sales and marketing space, office space, a temporary post office for village residents, and a market/café. Careful thought was given to design a flexible structure that could evolve as the village center develops.