A social space designed to cultivate
and inspire community and culture. 

UNION/PINE has been crafted by industrial designer Patrick Triato and former set decorator Summer (Killingsworth) Triato as a hub to celebrate creativity, love, and a really good time. 



Two venues, one centrally-located building.


Celebrating five years of hosting weddings, events, art shows, dinners, fundraisers, and corporate meetings, Union/Pine is our main venue.

The unique layout creates three main areas, the 'sunken living room', middle bar area, and the open back room.

The back room can be easily closed off with large rolling doors, giving the feel of a more intimate space for meetings of less than 20 or mixers of 50-75. Opening the doors will allow for a capacity of 292 for empty-room standing events and room for up to 130 for a seated reception.

The Loft

'The Loft' above Union/Pine is located on the second floor or our building, and is available to rent for select intimate occasions.

The Loft comes fully furnished including complete living room set up, custom 12' reclaimed beam table with seating for 12, a modern, partially-stocked kitchen, 2 bathrooms, and unique vintage and designer decor. 

Visit THE LOFT tab on our site to see more photos and to view rates and Info Sheet. Please email hello@unionpine.com to inquire about hosting a workshop, photoshoot, meeting, networking mixer, or gathering of up to 20 guests.

In The News


Our friends at Schoolhouse Electric recently launched their Fall catalog, which they were inspired to call 'Making Home'. Having spent the better part of the past 5 years of our lives carrying that motto near and dear to our own hearts, we were honored when they asked to feature Patrick and I in the Loft at Union/Pine, our home.
Read more about our story on their Blog >>


We fell in love with Olivia Strohm's photos of Hillary + Michael's wedding just like everyone else did, so it's no surprise that this beautiful affair was featured by one of our favorite wedding blogs!

More about these two and their inspiration on JUNEBUG >>