M094 Queen Margaret College Anatomical DepartmentAddress: Queen Margaret Drive, Glasgow G12 8DG
Client: University of Glasgow
John Honeyman & Keppie designed a two-storey yellow sandstone building with tower, constructed and equipped for the teaching of a university-level medical curriculum for Queen Margaret College, Glasgow's higher-education institution for women.
Authorship: There is good evidence for Mackintosh's involvement: stylistically the architectural forms and detailing suggest his involvement; annotations on the drawings are in his hand; the architect W. S. Moyes, who later worked in Honeyman, Keppie & Mackintosh's office, stated the College was Mackintosh's design; 1 and he drew the display perspective. The building is listed as by Mackintosh in the 1924 publication Modern English Architecture. 2
Cost from office job book: £4835 15s 8d
Status: Standing building; partly demolished
Current use: Vacant, awaiting redevelopment (2014)
Listing category: B: Listed as '30 Queen Margaret Drive, BBC'
Historic Scotland/HB Number: 32902
RCAHMS Site Number: NS56NE 151
Grid Reference: NS 57031 67422
GPS coordinates: lat = 55.878672, lng = -4.286928 (Map)
1: University of Toronto, Robarts Library: letter from W. S. Moyes to Thomas Howarth, 29 April 1947, B96-0028/017(3)
2: Charles Marriott, Modern English Architecture, London: Chapman and Hall, 1924, p. 241. List of architects' works derived from Who's Who in Architecture 1923 published by the Architectural Press Ltd.