Keppie's popularity speaks for itself
I am grateful to you for publishing Mackintosh scholar John McKean's email, 'Keppie legacy not fit for RIAS retrospective' (AJ 29.4.04) so that I can explode a few myths. McKean's premise is that Honeyman and Mackintosh could design memorable buildings, but that everyone else in the 150 years of the practice could not, and the RIAS was wrong to devote exhibition space to the subject. Incidentally, McKean obviously did not visit the exhibition.
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