||||||The new entrance building provides a warmer welcome: previously, staff and visitors arrived through a busy heavy goods yard|A wall of Reglit glass briefly parts to reveal the river|In glass, concrete and aluminium, the entrance building is the most architecturally expressive part of the factory complex||
08 Jun 2015

T-A-P reinvents the Castle MacLellan factory

Words by Hugh Metcalf

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