PRE-RECORDED Online Lecture - The Hill House: a modernist masterpiece 'in a box'
Presentation by: Bryan Dickson, Head of Building Conservation Policy, National Trust for Scotland
Running time: 1 hour
Available to watch until: 30/09/2020
The Hill House, Charles Rennie Macintosh's pioneering modernist house, built for Glasgow publisher Walter Blackie in 1903 using cutting-edge materials, has not withstood Scotland's weather well. Bryan Dickson will describe the National Trust for Scotland's approach to repairing the building, including allowing it to dry out within a temporary protective steel mesh box, designed by Carmody Groarke.
This is a pre-recorded session from the 2020 Spring Lecture series. Once you have access to the recording, you can watch it at anytime with the option to pause and resume the session at your leisure.
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