I am a final year interior design student from Regent's University London. My passion lies in creating innovative spaces that prioritize people's experiences and education. My goal is to enhance the user journey by promoting comfort, while also incorporating sustainable elements into my designs.
To revive the history and the past of the London canal museum's location, gin distillery project focuses on the restoration of manufacturing and man made goods where the production of gin is more dependant on people rather than factories and innovative machinery. By creating a more open space and including voids between different levels, visitors are more exposed to the whole experience.
Keeping in mind the waste produced from the gin infrastructure during the process of distillation, various sustainability factors have been considered allowing to re-use as much waste inside the building as possible. Using excess heat produced to heat up the botanical garden will help certain plants to grow which will later on be used in the gin production creating an interesting experience for visitors as the plants will travel between the floors through a see-through pneumatic tube from the garden to the distillery.