whisky distillery

design for a whisky distillery in lochranza, scotland

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A new Whisky distillery in Lochranza Scotland could act as a visitor centre and attract tourism to this region. To accommodate guests, a hotel an hotel has also been designed according to the context of the distillery.

Lochranza is a harbour-village in the north of the Island Arran, about 40 km southwest from Glasgow.

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The visitor centre includes a generous Lobby, the distillery, a warehouse and a restaurant. The sequence of the rooms and their functions is determined by the distillation process of the whisky, so that the visitor is chronologically guided through the art of whisky distillation.

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The architectural design process was inspired by the traditional buildings, the pyramid-like vaults over the fermentation and distillery-rooms accompanied by the large rectangular structural shell these elements have been designed in a newer, modern way with state-of-the-art technical solutions.

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The steel construction serves not only as static point of view but lends an industrial character to the whisky-distillery. CorTen Tiles on the roof, like an homage to the red copper kettles, used in the distillation-process, protect themselves from the saline sea-air.

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After the visitor has had his impression of the art of whisky-destillation, he can taste some of the whisky’s accompanied by a regional dish at the restaurant. At the end of the visit, he can go down to the hotel, which is at the sea-level, where he can borrow a bike and start a nice discovery tour of the sites and historical treasures of the Island of Arran.

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Used software: Rhinoceros Illustrator Cinema4d PhotoshopCC

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