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Glasgow School of Art announces postgraduate degree show

Work of Glasgow School of Art’s postgraduate architecture students is set to go on display in September

Projects by students on the Mackintosh School of Architecture’s masters courses will go on show at the Steven Holl-designed Reid Building in Glasgow.

The school’s undergraduate show took place in June, despite a devastating fire tearing through the university’s Charles Rennie Mackintosh-designed School of Art building.

Students at the iconic building were gearing up for the all-important end-of-year degree show when fire tore through the building on 23 May.

The annual postgraduate exhibition will take place between the 6 – 13 September at the 2014 AJ100 Building of the Year, opposite the devastated Mac.


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