A set of architectural drawings of the Mackintosh Building, which are the most comprehensive drawings of their type in existence, have been donated to Archives and Collections at The Glasgow School of Art it was announced today. The drawings will be used in the restoration of the Mackintosh Building, and will be a resource for academics, students and the public. The set of 22 “A1” size drawings, most at 1:100 scale, were made by George Cairns whilst he was undertaking a Phd at The Mackintosh School of Architecture at the GSA in the early 1990s. They are of the Mackintosh Building as it was completed in 1909, as accurately as could be determined from available records. Cairns, who is now Adjunct Professor at QUT Business School, Brisbane, is visiting Glasgow for the inaugural

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