When revolutionary architect and Bauhaus School founder Walter Gropius built his family home in Lincoln, Massachusetts, he demonstrated his firm belief that a structure should exist in harmony with the landscape that surrounds it. Now the site of one of the most popular museums in New England, his home draws upon the quaint grandeur of the apple orchard that encompasses the dwelling.
Loyal Art + Design is the team behind the authentic preservation of the Gropius House and the exceptional pieces of art that lie within. Remaining true to Walter Gropius’s theory of structure and landscape existing harmoniously, Loyal Art + Design recently collaborated with the cider experts at Shacksbury to bring the surrounding apple orchard into the Gropius House.
In addition to refreshing the attendees touring the museum’s gallery, the Shacksbury Gropius House Cider is available to the general public through the cideries’ official website. The 6.9% ABV cider comes in twelve-packs of stylish 16 oz cans with a minimalist design that Walter Gropius would have adored.