Stone, glass, iron, and plenty of wood. On a very steep site, as you can see. There was an exhibition on, and the public could go inside, but they were not allowed to take photographs. I managed only a couple before an officious young person told me to stop. Let's hope that the School can be restored to its former glory. It really is a special place.
Rennie Mackintosh had a number of architectural commissions, but his career in that sphere never really took off. There is however sufficient of his work in and around Glasgow to justify an official Rennie Mackintosh 'trail'. M--- and I saw, for example, the Willow Tea Rooms, on the first floor over a jeweller's shop, and approached through it:
There are also some other buildings of his in central Glasgow, basically commercial structures, worth seeking out:
The Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery out in the western part of the city has a section devoted to his design work in general:
Rennie Mackintosh's embrace of Japanese taste is very evident. Whether it's furniture or jewellery, the thin, elongated style he developed has become instantly recognisable. But the Glasgow School of Art remains his main large-scale epitaph.