House for an Art Lover--page 3 (of nine pages)

Charles Rennie Mackintosh
1989-96, based on a 1901 design by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and his wife Margaret MacDonald



Left: the east facade with path leading to the front of house; center and right: the north facade

 

Contrasting moldings and relief decoration

 

The entrance porch with striking lamps built into the railing

 

The curved stair bay extends toward the front

Note a similar curved stair bay at Ruchill Street Free Church Halls. See this bay from the interior.
 

Passageway from the east leading directly to the entrance porch

 

Main entrance portal with decorative lintel

See decorative lintels on Mackintosh's Ruchill Street Free Church Halls and The Martyrsí Public School.





Works Cited or Consulted:
Cosgrove, James, ed. House for an Art Lover. Glasgow: Randak Design Consultants (and Fraser Press?): 1988/2004.
Crawford, Alan. Charles Rennie Mackintosh. London: Thames & Hudson, 1995.

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