Scottish Architecture Shines in Glasgow
By DREW GOUGH / 11 September 2015
The Lighthouse, and Mackintosh’s work, are logical starting points for a Scottish architecture tour in Glasgow. Unlike Edinburgh, a real-life 3D puzzle of a city, Glasgow’s architecture has a working-class feel, born out of the city’s industrial past. Many of the city’s landmark buildings were built during the late-Victorian, heavy-industrial era of shipbuilding that brought relative wealth to Glasgow.