Edinburgh consultancy Gerrard & Medd has designed new reception lobbies and the main reception area for United Distillers’ Johnnie Walker headquarters buildings in Kilmarnock. The original 1960s marble stairs and floor were retained but little else was left untouched. Graphic panels document the development of the whisky in Kilmarnock. And Gerrard & Medd designed a ‘barrier-free’ reception desk. Behind the main reception the consultancy has also incorporated a large grey version of the new Identica
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