14. Glasgow (6) Glasgow School of Art - Rennie Macintosh
The Glasgow School of Art was one of architect Rennie Mackintosh's most famous commissions.
The west end and entrance of the Glasgow School of Art
The facade and entrance of the Glasgow School of Art
The entrance of the Glasgow School of Art
A detail of the entrance
High up on the south side are 'alcoves' where students can work.
The library of the Glasgow School of Art
The wooden beams of the upper entrance hall
Some of the furniture designed by Rennie Mackintosh in the 'showroom' of the Glasgow School of art
Along the street from the Glasgow School of Art are some other pieces of 'street art' - a mosaic mural and patterned paining of a gable end.
GLASGOW INDEX: Glasgow (1) Some buildings and Streets * Glasgow (2) The Peoples Palace Social History Museum * Glasgow (3) The Winter Gardens, Templeton's Carpet factory building & Doulton Fountain * Glasgow (4a) Glasgow Cathedral - building and architecture * Glasgow (4b) Glasgow Cathedral - stained glass windows * Glasgow (4c) The Necropolis * Glasgow (5) St George's Square * Glasgow (6) Glasgow School of Art - Rennie Mackintosh * Glasgow (7) The Willow Tea Room - Rennie Mackintosh * Glasgow (8) University of Glasgow and Chapel * Glasgow (9) The Hunterian Art Gallery * Glasgow (10) Queen Street Station & Central Station * Glasgow (11) SYHA Glasgow (Scottish Youth Hostel) * Glasgow (12) Kelvingrove Park * Glasgow (13) Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum * Glasgow (14) River Clyde, Bridges and Science Centre
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