Where is Charles Rennie Mackintosh from?

Was Charles Rennie Mackintosh Scottish?

Charles Rennie Mackintosh, (born June 7, 1868, Glasgow, Scotland—died December 10, 1928, London, England), Scottish architect and designer who was a leader of the Glasgow style in Great Britain.

Where did Charles Rennie Mackintosh get his inspiration from?

Scottish upbringing

Mackintosh took his inspiration from his Scottish upbringing and blended them with the flourish of Art Nouveau and the simplicity of Japanese forms.

Where did Charles Rennie Mackintosh live in Glasgow?

Mackintosh married Margaret Macdonald in 1900 and the couple moved into a flat at 120 Mains Street where they welcomed and hosted many artists visiting from mainland Europe.

Who designed Glasgow?

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Charles Rennie Mackintosh is Scotland’s most celebrated architect and designer of the 20th century, and today his work is celebrated around the world. Discover his work and legacy across Glasgow, his home town, where he left a beautiful and lasting mark on the city.