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Aedas takes a gander in the Trossachs

Aedas Architects has nearly completed its new public art project at the gateway to the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.

The scheme, which won a national competition in June 2004, sits on the A82 Stoneymollan Roundabout near Ballloch and will be officially unveiled within the next five weeks.

The design features a series of metal geese sculptures 'flying' along the approach roads, leading drivers towards a large spiral crown of laminated timber marking the entrance to Scotland's first National Park.

More geese will direct visitors to the Interpretation Centre at Balloch shore.

by Richard Waite

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