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Tuck-Hinton Architects' Office to Become Whiskey Distillery

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Originally constructed in 1860, the Elm Street Methodist Church has been home to Tuck-Hinton Architects since 1994. Following the firm's move to the Wedgewood Houston neighborhood this spring, the church will be adapted into Heaven's Door, a destination distillery involving Bob Dylan, as announced in the New York Times. Tuck-Hinton Architects is excited to be designing the new facility.

We both wanted to create a collection of American whiskeys that, in their own way, tell a story. I’ve been traveling for decades, and I’ve been able to try some of the best spirits that the world of whiskey has to offer. This is great whiskey.
— Bob Dylan, in a statement to the New York Times
 Bob Dylan in a promotional photo for his Heaven’s Door whiskey, which will be introduced next month. Image Credit: John Shearer

Bob Dylan in a promotional photo for his Heaven’s Door whiskey, which will be introduced next month. Image Credit: John Shearer