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The Mackintosh Building was the heart of the campus
The Barnes Building on West Graham Street is the base for the Sculpture and Environmental Art,
- American architect has designed a contemporary addition to the Glasgow School of Art's campus, the Reid Building, which will house the school's design department
- The Reid Building sits across the street from the GSA's classic Mackintosh building and wraps around the existing students' union building
- The students' union building's interiors were redesigned
- Three 'driven voids of light' cut through the structure, acting as large light shafts and helping with natural air circulation
- Their base also provides unexpected breakout spaces for relaxation and socialising
- Big, north facing windows light the studio spaces while a café on the third level spills out to a green terrace overlooking the Mackintosh building
- The layout is easy to read, designed across seven levels and housing workshop areas, offices, galleries and an auditorium; the circulation spaces were also important
- The new building will be inaugurated this April
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