Airlie Center Pavilion

The Airlie Center Pavilion was a charming, open-air structure and popular gathering place for a wide range of events during the warmer seasons. The design focus was to enclose the Airlie Center Pavilion for year-round use while preserving the open-air feel, stunning views, and closeness to nature. Also, in accordance with Airlie’s long-standing commitment to environmental stewardship, an important design objective was to achieve LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification from the U.S. Green Building Council to ensure the highest level of green and sustainable building design, construction and performance.

Architectural design objectives were achieved by wrapping the octagonal structure with a veranda and installing tall glass folding doors at the perimeter of the original structure. This allows the space to be closed or entirely open to the veranda. A new cupola with operable windows and skylights provides ventilation and additional natural light.

The building received a LEED Gold certification for this design and is the first LEED GOLD certification in Fauquier County, Virginia

LEED Gold Certification, U.S. Green Building Council

Award of Excellence, Associated Builders and Contractors

Warrenton, Virginia

Airlie Pavillion Before 2

Airlie Pavillion Before 1


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