wtorek, 25 stycznia 2011

Glasgow Architecture

Architecture of Glasgow is one of the most interesting examples in the UK urbandevelopment. Deserve the admiration of both restored eighteenth-century warehouses and stores of the Merchant City and the majestic buildings around George Square, built in the Victorian era of prosperity. The most unique architectural structures designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, the original Art Nouveau decorations adornthe townfacade, led by the renowned School of Art Other outstanding works of this artist, the seat of Glasgow Herald, became the center of the Festival of Architecture and Designas as well as an orientation point for all visitors who visited this occasion in Glasgow.