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Lady Artists' Club
No trip to Glasgow is complete without an architectural tour of Scotland’s best known architect. Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928) and his wife Margaret Macdonald were part of a group of designers in Glasgow known as “The Four.” Their work was deeply entrenched in Art Nouveau but became a distinctive version known as “The Glasgow Style.” Barb has been a fan of Mackintosh’s designs since she was introduced to them over two decades ago in architecture school. She wanted to share her love of the design with all of you, so she built this slideshow. This humble entrance to the former Lady Artists’ Club began our tour in Glasgow. It was designed by Mackintosh in 1908.