Giant timber pyramid invites park visitors to take in the stunning views of Scotland’s Loch Lomond
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The An Ceann Mor — Gaelic for large headland — was commissioned as the fourth and final installation of the Scottish government’s pilot Scenic Routes initiative. BTE Architecture carefully planned the user experience and approach, ensuring that even those with limited mobility can move through the structure. The visitor’s journey begins from the car park to an accessible path that winds through the trees to the pyramid viewpoint located on highest point of the peninsula. The sculptural structure...