Concrete

Using concrete in the Interior, too me is like bringing architecture inside. Inserting voids and glass combined forms windows, as if to be looking in from the outside. They represent also an almost satirical, ironic nod toward outdoor, conventional farming methods. Replacing roadsides with bridges and fields with enclosed structured rooms.

This nod, is also why I chose to keep and extend the sandstone from the facade. To create a barrier from the surrounding buildings. The building must sit, inconspicuous and naturally in its space in the city centre of Glasgow. However, a building with its purpose polar opposite to that of anything in its surroundings, should own a unique character and aesthetic.