||||||A barcode-like facade references the DNA-typing carried out inside|The ETFE roof’s cushioned softness contrasts with the rest of the atrium|Four wings radiating from the atrium mimic the X-chromosome|Fortress-like walls incorporate deep reveals to provide prominent shade|Inspired by words such as “rootedness, security, stability and vision”||
29 Jul 2014

£75m specialist crime division of Police Scotland

Words by Dominic Lutyens

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