It’s easy to be inspired by architecture if you live in Glasgow. From St Mungo’s Cathedral (built in the 13th Century), to the Clyde Auditorium (built in 1997 and known as the Armadillo), there’s a stylish looking building on practically every corner. Our city’s famous for Charles Rennie Macintosh who championed the influential “Glasgow Style” of architecture a hundred years ago. If this sparks your interest, maybe you’d consider architecture as a career, or just enjoy learning more about the buildings that surround us. Check out the links to your right for more info and insights into the built environment.