The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Trail

Celebrating one of the first pioneers of Art Nouveau in the UK


On what would have been Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s 150th birthday, Mackintosh 150 proudly celebrates Scotland’s famous designer with a new  Mackintosh trail.

Although a devastating fire at Glasgow School of Art has left one of Mackintosh’s masterpieces in ruins, but we’ve put together a list of locations for fans to view some of his greatest work.

There are currently no plans of a redevelopment, after the second major fire in just over four years has left the beautiful university building in a horrific state.

Scotland boasts the majority of Mackintosh’s famous masterpieces, and here are some of the best – all within reach of Glasgow.


Click here to begin the Charles Rennie Mackintosh trail!


New Mackintosh Gallery – Coming Soon!


Setting up the scale model of Mackintosh’s Oak Room

The soon to be open art gallery will feature the Oak Room, originally from Miss Cranston Ingram’s Tearoom in Glasgow.

Salvaged piece-by-piece before a hotel redevelopment in the 1970s, the room will act as centrepiece in the new building.

The V&A will soon open in September and will feature stunning Mackintosh architecture at its heart.

The new V&A’s contemporary style will dovetail well with Mackintosh’s style.

Click here to view the plans and salvaged panels