Windmill Market

Showcasing Our Favorite Art at Windmill Market

Helping finalize Walcott Adams Verneuille Architects’ green vision, Artcraft Awning was contacted based on a referral to help convert a pre-existing building into Fairhope’s Windmill Market.

Side of Windmill MarketThe market features 65 open-air spaces that change each weekend offering produce and arts and crafts. The awnings were an essential part in completing the entirely sustainable location.

By extending the market’s roof, the awnings provide shade and weather protection for perimeter vendors. In addition to providing a practical use for the market, the awnings have also proved important in completing the market’sWindmill Market Awning “green” aesthetic appeal.

“The awnings were such an important part of the transition of the old run-down building into the market we have today,” said Mac Walcott, Windmill Market’s architect.

 

Providing shade, weather protection, and visual appeal, our awnings have helped Windmill Market transition a pre-existing building into its current uniquely green, sustainable location.windmill market

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Providing Awning Cover At Senior Housing Renaissance Center

Sidewalk Canopy

 

Recently, Artcraft Awning installed a marquee entrance cEntrance Awninganopy at Mobile Senior Housing’s Downtown Renaissance development. A senior housing residence owned by the Mobile Housing Board, Downtown Renaissance came to Artcraft Awning seeking a covered canopy walkway for residents and guests. Prior to the canopy, the entrance had no protection from the curb to the entrance, an approximate 21 foot span. Now seniors can enter protected from the sun and rain.