WSJ Magazine explores the Trust’s conservation intervention at Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s iconic domestic masterpiece.
The most photogenic of the National Trust for Scotland’s properties. #nofilterneeded
With Project Reveal now being one year old, we are going to look at the progress they have made by looking at few of the wonderful, intricate and bizzare items they have found and documented.
NTSUSA, The American-Scottish Foundation, and the General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen of NYC invite you to a talk and reception in celebration of Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s 150th birthday.
Endurance Athlete and Philanthropist Mark Beaumont BEM and Architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Images from the living room, dining room, and master bedroom of the home exhibit the urgency of the Campaign for Hill House.
Thinking inside the box to rescue Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Hill House, an internationally recognized icon of early modern architecture.
The Project Reveal West Team discovers the beauty of cleaning 1930s style, with an Art Deco style Hoover vacuum at The Hill House.
We spoke to Charles Randak of Toshie Mackintosh, a group of Glasgow School of Art Graduates, about Mackintosh, Hill House and the inspiration behind their latest collection.
View images of Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s finest domestic creation, The Hill House. Fundraising for conservation work is underway to save this treasured landmark.
Scotland is known for having a bit of a ghostly past with plenty of haunting stories. We’ve picked a few of our favorite spooky tales to share.
Nearly $500,000 in conservation grants were made in fiscal year 2016 – a 55% increase over the previous year.
Our brand new Marketing Communications intern Lauren has finally arrived to join us all the way from Scotland!