Its worth visiting the distillery to understand the building in context and to see its scale. There are uneasy issues that come to light when you set foot in the place.
I am being lectured on climate change by architects that use private jets, right?
Wasn't Norman Foster proposing a massive airport in the Thames estuary just recently?
I think Scottland has some very talented architects working in a contextual way, with an accute understanding of the nation, its culture and the way Scottish buildings are procured and made. I just can't understand why this isn't recognised in the commissioning of architects for major Scottish buildings?