Scotland Street School was Charles
Rennie Mackintosh’s last major commission in Glasgow showing the genius
of the city’s most famous architect.
Impressive glass towers, a
magnificent tiled entrance hall and unique stonework all showcase
MacKintosh’s mastery of the interplay of light and space. The museum can
be used by private and corporate clients as a fascinating venue for
dining, daytime or evening meetings, receptions and product launches.
Drill Hall on the ground floor is most suitable for large dinner
parties and social gatherings. Medium sized receptions are best housed
in this hall with the surrounding stairwells, corridors and the balcony
which overlooks this area. The stairwell itself is an impressive
illustration of Mackintosh’s understanding of natural light and line and
is an ideal space for drinks service and entertainment.
Kingston Conference Room on the first floor is a bright and well
equipped location for meetings, presentations and smaller dinner
The small cinema-style Audio Visual Room is most suitable for smaller presentations and talks for up to 40 people.