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https://plus.google.com/105768096950594496133 Rossco Bigham : One of my first posts to Unusual Architecture was this building. It's The Bombay Sapphire Distillery...
One of my first posts to Unusual Architecture was this building. It's The Bombay Sapphire Distillery located in The United Kingdom. And it produces the Top Shelf Gin - Bombay Sapphire.

I went completely overboard when collecting photos of this building.

My Problem: I have to pick the best four (most people only swipe/click through the first three/four photos in an album), and I'm having a hard time choosing four photos that stand out from the rest. I did my best, however I promise the entire album is full of truly intriguing photographs and worth the extra swipes & clicks.

And I'm done gushing...;) Here is...

~[ An Unusually Amazing Building ]~

The History of the Bombay Sapphire Distillery.

How do you turn a Paper Mill into a Gin Distillery?

Ten years after winning a design prize from gin-maker Bombay Sapphire for a glass bridge idea, the studio was commissioned to lead the master plan and design of the company’s new distillery in the south of England.

Having previously operated from shared production facilities, this was to be Bombay Sapphire’s first dedicated distillery and headquarters and was an opportunity for the company to consolidate its manufacturing ability and improve efficiency.

The site in the village of Laverstoke straddles the River Test, one of England’s finest chalk streams.

Originally operating as a corn mill, the land was acquired in 1718 by Henry Portal and developed for the manufacture of paper to produce the world’s bank notes. Over the following two centuries it grew into a sprawling industrial complex, including a series of Grade II listed buildings such as the mill owner’s house, the workers’ cottages and the main mill building. The result was an uncoordinated accumulation of over forty buildings which made the site chaotic and confusing to find your way around. Equally challenging, the River Test which runs through it had been narrowed and hidden within a steep-sided concrete channel making it almost impossible to perceive.

To bring clarity to such a disparate site it became obvious to us that it would not be enough to simply restore the existing historic buildings, but that we needed to reveal the River Test once more and to use it as a device around which to organize everything. We also felt that the site’s new master plan would only work with the creation of a central courtyard as a gathering area and a point of focus.

To turn these thoughts into reality we worked with government agencies *English Heritage and English Nature to meticulously restore twenty-three of the existing historic buildings, to conserve the local wildlife and also to negotiate the removal of nine of the most recent industrial structures and a poor quality bridge.

The other significant move was to substantially widen the river and reshape its banks to form sloping planted foreshores in order to make the water visible and valuable once more. Each careful decision to take away a building structure in turn gave space for the surrounding rich English countryside to be glimpsed again from the heart of the site. At the same time we became very conscious of not wanting to lose a sense of the evolution of the site. So wherever a modern dilapidated building leant against an older historic structure we removed the modern addition but left its mark on the remaining building fabric as a trace of where it had been.* This selective process of de-cluttering the site was as necessary on the inside as on the outside.

The initial master plan brief had also included the creation of a visitor centre. However on seeing the vapour distillation process and the sculptural forms of the large copper gin stills, one of which is more than two hundred years old, we became convinced that witnessing the authentic distillation process would be far more interesting and memorable for a visitor than any simulated visitor experience. This production technique, that is different from those used by other gin distillers, is still carried out in accordance with a recipe devised in 1761 and involves infusing the gin with the vapours of ten tropical and mediterranean herbs and spices.

This led us to think about growing these botanical herbs and spices on the site, which in turn pointed us towards a rich British heritage of botanical glasshouse structures. The Victorian curiosity and passion for the new science of horticulture had driven the creation of everything from the extraordinary palm house at Kew Gardens to the craze for Wardian cases, ornate indoor glasshouses for growing and displaying collections of exotic ferns and orchids. We wondered whether this could be the world’s first botanical distillery and whether we could let visitors see the real distillation process rather than having a separate visitor centre.

The studio developed the idea of building two intertwining botanical glasshouses as a highlight of the central courtyard, one tropical and the other Mediterranean, to house and cultivate the ten plant species that give Bombay Sapphire gin its `particularity. (`Unusual Quality'.)

Excitingly, as the industrial vapour distillation process produces excess heat that otherwise has to be taken away, and as the creation of tropical and Mediterranean climatic environments in the British context require additional heat, there was a potential virtuous circle if we could tie these two things together.

The resulting glasshouse structures spring from one of the historic mill buildings, now re-appropriated as a gin distillation hall, recycling the spare heat from the machinery to make the perfect growing conditions for tropical and mediterranean plants. The two glasshouses then embed themselves into the flowing waters of the newly-widened riverbed. Working with a team from the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew as horticultural collaborators, the ten exotic botanical plant types grow in the two structures alongside over a hundred additional plant and herb species that provide the accompanying ecosystem required to maintain them.

The resulting complex geometries of the new asymmetrical glasshouses took many months to calculate, engineer and refine. The finished built structures are made from eight hundred and ninety three individually-shaped two-dimensionally curved glass pieces held within more than one and a quarter kilometres of bronze-finished stainless steel frames. In their entirety the glasshouses are made from more than ten thousand bespoke components.

On arrival, visitors walk to the newly opened-up river, before crossing a bridge and making their way along the waterside to the main production facility located in the centre of the site facing into the courtyard and new glasshouses. Through careful restoration of the historical buildings, widening and revealing the River Test and the construction of a new gin factory system including new glasshouses, this project juxtaposes Laverstoke’s historical past with an interesting new future.

The distillery opened to the public in autumn 2014 and was awarded an ‘outstanding’ ^BREEAM rating for its design, making it both the first distillery and the first refurbishment project to have ever been awarded this rating.

THE GIN:
Bombay Sapphire is a brand of gin owned by Bacardi that was first launched in 1987 by IDV. In 1997 Diageo sold the brand to Bacardi. Its name originates from gin's popularity in India during the British Raj and the sapphire in question is the Star of Bombay on display at the Smithsonian Institution. (I've included a photo of the Bombay Sapphire as well as the Gin Bottle Label in the album.)

An Excellent (well-made) Video Tour of Bombay Sahpphire Distillery via Vimeo:
https://vimeo.com/106907443

^BREEAM= (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Methodology), first published by the Building Research Establishment (BRE) in 1990, is the world's longest established method of assessing, rating, and certifying the sustainability of buildings.

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The global drinks giant is providing seed funding for entrepreneurs who are creating new whiskey, gin and vermouth drinks from scratch
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Malibu ''Caribbean Rum with Tropical Banana Liqueur''

Clear in appearance; intense aromas of banana and pina colada with tropical fruit notes; sweet and exotic with flavours of candied banana, pineapple and coconut; lingering finish.

Malibu is a brand of rum, flavored with liqueur, possessing an alcohol content by volume of 21.0% (42 proof). The brand is owned by Pernod Ricard.

The product was originally made from fruit spirits, flavored with rum and coconut flavoring in Curaçao. Originally, the product was used to simplify the making of piña coladas by bartenders. When the product took off, the production was then moved to Barbados where the rum is made by West Indies Rum Distillery Ltd., and the quality of the ingredients used was improved.

The brand was sold by Diageo to Allied Domecq for £560m ($800m) in 2002. In 2005, French company Pernod Ricard purchased Allied Domecq for $14 billion. The deal meant that Pernod Ricard acquired a number of alcoholic beverage brands including Malibu rum.
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SHRI UDAY KOTAK the only visionary bankers who
Commented to concentrate on recovery concepts rather than perceptional engagement.


''No takers for Kingfisher Airlines's brands and trademarks in auction''

''Naturally no takers for KINGFISHER Brand which is now exiled UK it has no value till Dr. Mallaya is respectfully honoured by FORENSIC AUDIT of Banks and it is revealed Kingfisher not a fraud. Dr. MALLAYA A PATRIOT INDIAN NOT SAFE IN HIS OWN COUNTRY. He brought Mahtma Gandhijis and Tipu Sultan memoir from UK. Dr. Mallaya a created EXILE of GOI for perceptional management not a conceptional effort of recovery. Firing shots in the air. GOI and Media to recoil Mallaya perceptional management of Kingfishers debt once the truth of business faileur is established and vindicating Dr. Mallaya and the UK Government from any further action. Such futile perceptional management is not only depreciating GOI immage but hurting ease of business immage propogated by our PM. The yardstick for Air India funding 30000 crore and Kingfisher funding as fraud is utter nonsense vehemently devoid of FORENSIC AUDIT of Banks is nothing but waste of National Time and machinery. The same efforts could be used to get Dr. Mallaya raise his amicable from RS. 4000 crore to higher level. The one thing badly needed for Modijis clean immage is not to do perceptional management but work on conceptional facts and truth in silence if a genuine funds are to be recovered. The sovereign power of GOI does not mean to resort to character assassination of borrower. By that method no recovery ever possible. This guju technics of money recovery be used by the GOI, agencies MEA , ED and CBI instead of just draconian power at their command. Guju will negotiate and recover but never go to court as it burns both with no result.

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An EABL plant: It has declared a Sh4.50 per share special payout. PHOTO | FILE  By MUGAMBI MUTEGI, pmutegi@ke.nationmedia.com In Summary EABL has announced a special payout of Sh4.50 per
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The Indian government has asked the UK to deport Vijay Mallya, the former head of Kingfisher Airlines, as part of an investigation into money laundering.
The businessman, who is said to have debts of about $1bn, left India in March and is believed to be in the UK.
Last week authorities in India revoked his diplomatic passport after a court issued a warrant for his arrest.
Mr Mallya, who is a member of the Indian parliament, has denied any wrongdoing.
It is alleged he repeatedly failed to appear before investigators looking into financial irregularities at Kingfisher Airlines, which collapsed in 2013.
Mr Mallya said on Twitter in March that he was an international businessman who had to travel and denied fleeing from India.
He said he was the victim of a “media witch hunt”.

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India’s foreign ministry said it had contacted the UK government to ask for Mr Mallya to be handed over, but was yet to receive a response.
The flamboyant businessman made his fortune selling beer under the Kingfisher brand and branched out into aviation, Formula 1 racing, and Indian cricket.
His debts were incurred by the failure of his airline and he is being pursued by a group of mainly state-run banks who lent him money.
In February he was blocked from receiving a $75m payment for agreeing to step down as chairman of United Spirits, which he sold to Diageo in 2012.
A consortium of banks and creditors had demanded the funds should be used to settle some of Mr Mallya’s outstanding debts.
Earlier this month a consortium of 17 banks, led by the State Bank of India, rejected his proposal to pay 40bn Indian rupees (£416m) by September to settle his loans.
The group said the offer was inadequate and subject to too many conditions.
Following the rejection, the Supreme Court in New Delhi asked the businessman to make a full disclosure of his assets.

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