Falls of Falloch
The Falls of Falloch are an easy and popular stop along the A82 in the Trossachs National Park on your way to Glencoe and the isles. The waterfall flows into a hidden enchanting pool surrounded by greenery.
The Falls of Falloch (Eas Falloch in Scottish Gaelic; meaning the Hidden Falls)
John Kennedy designed ‘Woven Sound’ to provide a sheltered space to experience the Falls of Falloch at closer range – providing a brand new viewpoint to take in the thundering falls. Cantilevering over the edge of the water, the shelter takes the form of a long trellis of intricately woven-together steel rods that weaves its way between existing trees to avoid damaging the natural beauty of the site creating a sculptural, subtle form. This robust, inexpensive material allows the shelter to have a very discrete presence, which doesn’t detract from the Falls themselves. A diary entry from Dorothy Wordsworth recalling the numerous Romantic writers and painters who visited the Falls in the early 19th century is etched into the dappled steel at the viewpoint.
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