Bourbon is a part of Kentucky culture, so Wild Turkey Bourbon commissioned a new visitors center for its facilities that would reflect the Kentucky countryside and the craft of making bourbon. Louisville-based De Leon & Primmer Architecture Workshop designed a simple form for the building and wrapped it in stained cedar siding that is arranged in a chevron pattern, creating a unique texture on the exterior. On the eastern end of the building, the pattern becomes exposed, revealing the interior and making a covered outdoor space. The reception area will have reclaimed, oak barn wood panels that are either stained or charred as a reference to the bourbon-making process. The entire building will be 9,500 square feet, and it will be completed in the fall for all the bourbon enthusiasts.