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The Arlington Baths Club

Arlington Baths

Burns at the Baths Friday 24 January, 2020 7.00pm Fine Food for a Fiver fundraiser Arlington Baths Members, Paola, Lynsey and Tracy, have stepped up to the challenge of providing a delicious spread.  Traditional Burns Night fare as well as other delicious culinary delights.  Guests are especially welcome, so do bring a pal or two, […]

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The Great Big Mackintosh Bus Tour, Glasgow

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21 July, 2018 . 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Hop on the Vintage Bus (courtesy of Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust). Visit all of the main Mackintosh attractions including Mackintosh House, The Hunterian, Kelvin Hall, Kelvingrove, Scotland Street School, Mackintosh Queens Cross, The Lighthouse and The Willow Tearoom. Free Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust Download PDF Leaflet […]

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Charles Rennie Mackintosh Design: House For An Art Lover – Photo Gallery

Hermann Muthesius: ‘…it exhibits an absolutely original character, unlike anything else known. In it we shall not find a trace of the conventional forms of architecture to which the artist, as far as his present intentions were concerned, was quite indifferent.’

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Sunday, May 20, 2018 | Filed under: Architecture, Art & artists Glasgow West End, Galleries

Archifon IV, Cryptic Sonica, University of Glasgow Chapel 1 – 5 November, 2017

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One part video game, one part holographic display, one part gigantic musical instrument: Floex and Initiwill bring the interior of the Memorial Chapel to life as you’ve never seen it before. Elements of the architecture are primed to respond to the beams from laser pointers handled by the audience: statues might suddenly sing when light strikes them, or […]

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Pat’s Guide to the Buildings, Architecture and History in Glasgow’s West End

Up until the 1840s Glasgow’s West End consisted of open countryside, isolated farmhouses and the country dwellings of Glasgows most wealthy citizens. The completion of the Great Western Road and the re-location of the Botanic Gardens to the Kelvinside Estate in the early 1840s was the catalyst for rapid change to the character of the […]

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Wednesday, April 20, 2016 | Filed under: Architecture

University of Glasgow – Plans for a World Changing Campus

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Exhibition Wolfson Medical Centre The University of Glasgow is about to reach a major milestone in the journey to invest in its World Changing Campus at Gilmorehill.  A Masterplan has been designed for the existing campus and the Western Infirmary site, which the University takes over from the beginning of April, 2016. The University intends […]

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Festival of Architecture 2016

A year-long festival celebrating the best of Scottish architecture Discover hidden treasures, old classics and new favourites within our packed programme of events and activities that will bring Scottish architecture to a whole new audience. All events are FREE unless otherwise stated. About the Festival of Architecture Led by the Royal Incorporation of Architects in […]

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