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JM Architects says 'get lost'

Here’s a truly 'amazing' scheme from JM Architects – the labyrinth at Bellahouston Park, Glasgow.

The maze, a competition-winning scheme from 2005, will sit at the heart of the art park between the Charles Rennie Mackintosh-designed House for an Art Lover, the Palace of Art (built for the 1938 Empire Exhibition) and the ruins of Dumbreck House.

According to the practice, the design of the triangular, wedged-shaped labyrinth ‘took its inspiration from the writing of Lewis Carroll.’

The project is due to commence on site in April and is expected to complete in late summer.

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