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The Willow Tea Rooms

The only tearooms designed inside and out by Charles Rennie Mackintosh Located in the very heart of Glasgow, the Willow Tea Rooms are a prime example of Mackintosh architecture. Currently […]

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Mackintosh Queen’s Cross

The only church built by Charles Rennie Mackintosh is a triumph of his career The exterior of the Mackintosh Queen’s Cross isn’t the most elaborate but the inside is picturesque. […]

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The Lighthouse

Step inside Scotland’s Centre for Design and Architecture The Lighthouse, the first building commissioned to Charles Rennie Mackintosh, is now home to a permanent Mackintosh exhibition. Now a visitor attraction, […]

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Scotland Street Museum 

Discover the story of Scottish education over the past century Formerly a school, the Scotland Street Museum made for an elaborately designed council building. Like all of Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s work, […]

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House for an Art Lover

The House of an Art Lover is a haven for, well, art lovers! Charles Rennie Mackintosh designed the house “for someone with style and sophistication” in 1901. A century later […]

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Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum

The largest Mackintosh collection in the world   The historic Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum showcases some of Mackintosh’s most famous art, furnishings and architecture. His work appears alongside other influential […]

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The Mackintosh House

Scotland’s oldest museum is home to a recreation of Mackintosh’s Glasgow home The original house was torn down in 1963, but will live on thanks to the Hunterian Museum’s efforts. […]

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Mackintosh 150 Trail Home

Celebrating one of the first pioneers of Art Nouveau in the UK   This year would have seen Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s 150th birthday, and the campaign Mackintosh 150 proudly celebrates […]

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