Mackintosh Design at house for an Art Lover

Mackintosh Design at house for an Art Lover, Glasgow

Today, I took two guests on a Charles Rennie Mackintosh architecture themed tour of Glasgow.

Mackintosh (1868-1928) was a talented designer and architect with wide ranging skills covering paintings, chairs, furniture and a wide array of domestic use items through to complete buildings. He was primarily focused on design of places to be inhabited with focus on tooms, light and material. He worked closely with his wife, Margaret MacDonald plus two others, Herbert MacNair and Francis MacDonald. These were collectively known as the ‘Glasgow Four’ who worked within the Glasgow School of Art around 1890-1910 producing decorative works of furniture, architecture, panels, embroideries and graphic material. 

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