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Loch Lomond Imax

Cinema in Balloch, Scotland – design by Page & Park Architects

Loch Lomond Imax Cinema

Loch Lomond Imax
Lomond Shores Imax: image by Adrian Welch

Lomond Shores Imax

Design: Page & Park Architects

Loch Lomond and the Trossachs, established as Scotland’s first National Park in 2002.

This is the largest of three buildings that together make up the Lomond Shores development, constructed on a disused gravel pit at the southern end of the Loch. Inspired by ancinet Scottish building form, The Broch.

The adjacent retail centre is by PJMP Architects and Loch Lomond Gateway & Orientation Centre is by Bennetts Associates.

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photographs © Adrian Welch

imax cinema complex

One of page & park architects’ more unusual designs, contemporaneous with the excellent and restrained Museum of Country Life, this building’s frivolity gives it some tough issues to resolve.

Latterly the organic flavour has returned with the practice’s Maggies Highlands.

Balloch Scotland Mike Stoane Lighting
building photos from Mike Stoane Lighting

Imax Cinema Loch Lomond design : Page & Park Architects

Lomond Shores

Another Scottish Imax cinema: Glasgow Imax
Glasgow Imax
photo © Adrian Welch

Loch Lomond building – Balloch HQ by Page Park Architects

Museum of Country Life

As well as the Lomond Shores Imax, Page & Park Architects have completed other key projects in and around Glasgow:-

Graham Square
Graham Square
photo © Adrian Welch

The Lighthouse
The Lighthouse Glasgow
image : David Churchill

Clydebank Queens Quay Enterprise
Clydebank Enterprise Centre
photo © Keith Hunter

Glasgow Restaurants

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