|Garden Festival 'zone'|
Science and Technology
|Sponsor, if appropriate|
Scottish Development Agency
|Type of object|
Pavilion, building or other structure
|Current location, if known|
The glass box used as part of this exhibit now encloses and protects the Shandwick Stone, a Pictish Symbol Stone (image here) This is discussed by Foster & Cross in their 'Able Minds and Practiced Hands: Scotland's Early Medieval Sculpture in the 21st Century', which states that the Shandwick/GGF box came via Robert Gordon's Institute of Technology, who had collaborated on the SDA exhibit.
According to a leaflet produced for the University of Strathclyde pavilions, two water sculptures here were 'designed by a Strathclyde Civil Engineer'.