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Scotland Street School

Built between 1903 and 1906, Scotland Street School, Charles Rennie Mackintosh's last major commission in Glasgow, was a functioning school until 1979, by which point the urban character of the area had changed to such a radical extent that the school roll had dropped to a little over 100. Scotland Street School is now an important museum providing an insight into the history of education in Glasgow.  Despite being an important asset to the city architecturally and educationally, the building and, to a greater extent, its grounds and out-buildings, are now in need of repair to ensure the building is presented in a way befitting its status in the city. This project aims to develop a strategy to how the setting of the building can be enhanced and its use developed in a fully conducive way.

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  • Sector

    Conservation + Heritage, Schools, Culture

  • Location

    Glasgow, Scotland

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  • Team

    John McAslan + Partners, Architect

  • Status

    2013 Onwards

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