➤ Glasgow art school fire appeal launched by Edinburgh College of Art

Glasgow School of Art, fire, Charles Rennie Mackintosh,

Yesterday’s fire at Glasgow School of Art

Glasgow School of Art, fire, Charles Rennie Mackintosh,

Yesterday’s fire at Glasgow School of Art: snapped by Tweeter xdxxnx

Glasgow School of Art, fire, Charles Rennie Mackintosh,

Mackintosh was a 28-year-old junior draughtsman when he drew up plans for GSA, recently voted the best building of the past 175 years

➢ Firefighters battled yesterday to rescue Glasgow School of Art from a blaze that engulfed its iconic Charles Rennie Mackintosh-designed building:
Scottish Fire and Rescue Service crews are continuing work to fully extinguish the fire and save artworks. The fire service said more than 90% of the structure was viable and they had protected up to 70% of the contents… / See video at BBC News

➢ Saturday update by the GSA media centre:
Bad news first is that we have lost the iconic and unique Mackintosh library. This is an enormous blow and we are understandably devastated… Mackintosh was not famous for working in precious materials. It was his vision that was precious and we are confident that we can recreate what was lost as faithfully as possible.

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➢ GSA fire appeal launched by Edinburgh College of Art:
A report on BBC News at Ten carries footage but no further developments. The windows of the hen run are clearly badly damaged with mullions and transoms destroyed in places, but how badly will the Library have been damaged? … / Continued at GSA website

➢ The Glasgow School of Art photo gallery at Flickr

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