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The curator of a new exhibition of drawings by Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh explains how he used his drawing skills as "a promotional tool"

Liverpool Cathedral Rennie Mackintosh

Mackmania! Charles Rennie Mackintosh's genius shines in his first architecture retrospective

Mackintosh’s entry for the Liverpool Cathedral competition of 1901 [image: courtesy of Glasgow School of Art/Hunterian museum/RIBA]

Great Buildings Drawing - Glasgow School of Art

Drawing by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, at Glasgow, Scotland, 1897 to

London, Elevation of Proposed Studio, 1920 by Charles Rennie Mackintosh Framed Painting Print Size: 34" H x 29.3" W by Wayfair

London, Elevation of Proposed Studio, 1920 by Charles Rennie Mackintosh Framed Painting Print Size: 34" H x 29.3" W by Wayfair

Designs of the Year 2015 category winners announced

Elemental builds "monolithic" concrete innovation centre in Chile

The concept of the museum design is a combination of mountain, water and ocean, as the East China Sea has played an important role in the history of Ningbo. Features of Jiangnan residences are inte…

Image 6 of 17 from gallery of Ningbo Historic Museum / Wang Shu, Amateur Architecture Studio.

Kyomunsa Office by Daniel Valle Architects

Kyomunsa Office, Paju Book City, South Korea, by Daniel Valle Architects

Perspective depuis le Sud-Est du Daily Record Building à Glasgow, 1901, crayon, encre et aquarelle sur papier, 117 x 37 cm, Université de Glasgow.

Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Daily Record building, Glasgow: perspective from the south-east,

Bilderesultat for train station architecture old

Train Station at Strasbourg. Old Stone Building wrapped in Bubble of Glass and…

Who can best restore the glory of Mackintosh’s fire-damaged masterpiece? Rowan Moore reflects on the shortlist

Glasgow School of Art: what architect could restore Mackintosh’s masterpiece?

Glasgow School of Art: What architect could restore the glory of Mackintosh’s fire-damaged masterpiece? Rowan Moore reflects on the shortlist.

Charles Rennie MacKintosh’s designs for Cheyne House

Designs for a block of studios, Cheyne House, Chelsea. (via British Museum - drawing / architectural drawing)

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