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Bombay Sapphire Distillery Glasshouses in Laverstoke, U.K.

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These curvy glasshouses are part of the Bombay Sapphire Distillery in Laverstoke. They house exotic plant species used in their distillation process. One of the glasshouses has a humid tropical environment and the other a dry temperate Mediterranean climate. The connection to the still house allows waste heat from the distillation process to be recycled to maintain the warm climates for the plant species to flourish. The fluid geometry of these new glass buildings was influenced by recent advances in glass technology and by Britain’s rich heritage of botanical glasshouse structures.

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Bombay Sapphire Distillery Glasshouses (Laverstoke/ U.K.)
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Photos by Iwan Baan.

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