The Daily Record Building
The Daily Record Building
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Nov 2019
The Daily Record Building is located in downtown Gasgow on Renfield Lane. This building was designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1901. It was built to house the Scottish newspaper, the Daily Record. Completed in 1904, the lower floors were used for newspaper production and the upper floors for offices.The Daily Record building’s exterior was clad in white glazed brick on upper floors, with coloured Art Nouveau style tiles at ground level. The interior was clad with white glazed tiles. The building is very easy to avoid, because the street it is located on is really narrow. Renfield Lane, is such a narrow passageway that photography of the building is also very restricted.The Stereo Bar allows visitors to enter the building, but the rest of the building is not open to the public. It is worth entering this narrow street and savoring this masterpiece by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Written 11 October 2020
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