M182 Daily Record buildingAddress: 20, Renfield Lane, Glasgow G2 6PH
Date: 1900–1; 1903–4
Client: Daily Record proprietors
John Honeyman & Keppie designed a six-storey, city-centre building for the production of the Daily Record newspaper, which was built in two stages between 1900 and 1904.
Authorship: The individuality of the detailing
and the use of materials in the main elevation point unmistakably to
Mackintosh. The perspective drawing exhibited at the 1901 Glasgow International
Exhibition is drawn and signed by him.
- Alternative addresses:
- St Vincent Street Lane
Cost from office job book: Phase 1: £11,863 2s 13d; Phase 2: £579 11s 6d 1
Status: Standing building
Current use: Cafe/bar and music venue; offices (2014)
Listing category: A: Listed as 'Nos. 20, 26, 28 Renfield Lane and St Vincent Lane, former Daily Record Building'.
Historic Scotland/HB Number: 33099
RCAHMS Site Number: NS56NE 359
Grid Reference: NS 58788 65411
GPS coordinates: lat = 55.861158, lng = -4.257881 (Map)
1: Includes ½ measurer's fee.