Dalmunach Distillery Speyside, Scotland, design by Archial Norr Architects for French-owned Chivas Brothers Ltd, part of Pernod Ricard – plan inspired by shape of a sheaf of barley, crisp modern industrial building with a strong sense of place.
‘Design through Innovation’ award news – the design by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSHP) references dynamic light qualities found in the local landscape and the single malt whisky produced on the site.
Glenmorangie New Still House Building, part of a multimillion pound expansion designed to position the single malt whisky for a strong, successful future.
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners designed this striking piece of contemporary architecture is cut into the slope of the land, taking its cues from ancient Scottish hills and maximising the aesthetic beauty of the building whilst minimising the visual impact on the Speyside landscape.
To meet these visitors’ expectations, the idea of the Barrel House 1-14 project was conceived by Clickspring Design. In order to create an experience while delivering on the Jack Daniel’s commitment to authenticity.
Design: Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSHP). Graham Stirk, lead architect on the project, said: “The design is essentially a series of a grass-covered undulating roof forms that are sympathetic to this Area of Great Landscape Value.”
The waters of the River Alness (River Averon), which runs through the village, are used to produce the Dalmore distillery single malt scotch whisky. The distillery is owned and operated by Whyte and Mackay Ltd, which is owned by Philippines based Emperador Inc.
Stoaninger Distillery Austria, Lembach Architecture, Architect, Austrian Building, Design Stoaninger Distillery : Upper Austria Building Austrian Distillery Building – design by HPSA ZT GmbH 27 Jan 2012 Stoaninger Distillery, Mühlviertel Location: Mühlviertel, Lembach 4132, Upper Austria (German: Oberösterreich) Design: HPSA ZT GmbH – Hammerschmid, Pachl, Seebacher – Architekten photographs from architects The building is situated…
Austin-Smith:Lord has released amazing images of the new Roseisle distillery in Speyside, near Moray Firth in North East Scotland. The photographs, taken by one of the UK’s leading architectural photographers, Keith Hunter, show the complexity and scale of this major building.