Wertheim Village employs a creative interpretation of the regional style of architecture. Multiple building facades and varied roof forms are arranged along a collection of small plazas and meandering streets. The project is designed around a fictitious account of an historic Wine Exposition. After successive constructions, the structures were eventually "converted" to retail use. The project includes five separate areas that are spatially and thematically implied. These districts alternate between larger, more formal exhibition pavilions and smaller, more intimate connecting mews and passages.