A celebration of Mackintosh!

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The Willow Tea Rooms, Glasgow

 

The Creative Mackintosh Festival kicks off this weekend as part of a two week programme to celebrate the works of one of Scotland’s most famous architects, Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

According to the BBC, the festival will display some of the architect’s incomplete works that were never built:

Among the items on display will be large-scale architect’s models of some structures that were designed and drawn but never built.

The festival will consist of approximately 30 performances, activities and events and is sure to be a great shout if you’re a fan of 20th century style Scottish architecture.

The Creative Mackintosh Festival officially runs from October 15 to 28, 2012. The full programme is now available and for more information, check out the official website for the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society or our VisitScotland events section for the information on the two week festival.

 

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