In 1999, Robert Feuge, a woodworking artisan in Fredericksburg, Texas, set his sights on a historic Amish barn in Ohio. Feuge partnered with David and Beth Hughes to ship the white oak frame timbers to Texas and reconstruct the barn with a new vision. Craftsmen and workers re-joined the frame in the original mortise and tenon style and added carved wooden doors and mantelpiece. The finished structure is a blend of old and new, but still retains its handmade charm.
In a region renowned for its heritage, Kairos displays a genuine piece of history, as well as one-of-a-kind local artisanship. It has won regional and national architectural awards for design and innovation.
Vintage style weddings evoke the charm and quality of a bygone era. Kairos enhances this vintage feel with genuine history and rustic simplicity. In a century when technological sleekness and sterile minimalism lead fashion trends, this venue’s atmosphere remains rooted warmly and humbly in the past.