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House For An Art Lover , Bellahouston Park , Glasgow
Scotland

This is the entrance to Charles Rennie MacKintosh's House For An Art Lover found in Bellahouston Park , Glasgow .

The house design came about after being submitted for a German-based competition which involved the designing of a "Grand Residence For An Art Lover".

Having been admired by architects for many years , it was finally built by civil engineer Graham Roxburgh from 1987 until final completion in 1994 .

Copyright: Alan mclean (albiphotography)
Type: Spherical
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Uploaded: 29/07/2011
Updated: 28/08/2014
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Tags: uk; scotland; glasgow; bellahouston; mackintosh; house; art; restaurant; gardens
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