Loch Leven Heritage Trail – Revisited

Over the last few weeks I have been busily working up some new designs for a viewing area to be created at East Brackley on the Loch Leven Heritage Trail. Since it’s opening in 2008 the trail has only been 3/4 complete, the final section, from Vane Farm around to Kinross Mill is now being developed to complete the circuit of the Loch

East Brackley Pavilion#

Designed by Edinburgh based Architects, Icosis, the new viewing point Pavilion is placed at the highest point along the trail and offers up stunning views across the wetland areas on the South side of the Loch out over towards Bishophill. My brief was to look at developing ideas for some ‘furniture’ for the area which would incorporate some interpretation. Through the design process this has now simplified down to 2 carved stone benches & a carved sphere decorated with migrating birds that flock to the area. Follow this project on it’s own dedicated page here.. East Brackley Benches

sinuous bench

During the first phase of constructing the path I was involved in creating various artworks along the route, I’m looking forward to the challenge of again contributing to this project.

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