1892 – Kelvingrove Museum Competition, Glasgow
Unsuccessful entry by T.M. Deane for architectural competition to design a museum and art gallery for Glasgow.
1906 – House, Eglinton Drive, Giffnock, Glasgow
2006 – Finnieston Bridge, Glasgow
The £20.3m Finnieston Bridge was intended to be a dramatic new landmark for Glasgow, featuring a central arch span which crosses the river at an angle between the roundabout at Broomielaw/Finnieston Street and the south side of the river.
2001 – Glasgow Science Centre
Glasgow Science Centre is a major visitor attraction located on the south bank of the River Clyde in Glasgow,
1997 – SECC Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow
Designed by award-winning architect Sir Norman Foster under a very-tight budget and often called “the armadillo”
1888 – Templeton Building, Glasgow
The facade which reflect the facade of the Doges’ Palace in Venice, vividly advertised the oriental dyed wares that were produced within.
1884 – Wellington Church, Glasgow
The exterior of Wellington Church is notable for its magnificent neoclassical portico, complete with a colonnade of Corinthian columns.
1903 – Willow Tea Rooms, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow
In 1903, Mackintosh got the commision to design new tearooms in Sauchiehall Street in 1903.
1901 – House for an Art Lover, Glasgow
The House for an Art Lover was designed in 1901 by Charles Rennie Mackintosh with his wife,