The new exhibition at The Lighthouse, for the first time, shows the interiors of The Hill House** - a Charles Rennie Mackintosh masterpiece in Helensburgh - outside of the house.
The Hill House was designed and built between 1902–1904 for the publisher Walter Blackie, with Mackintosh continuing to create new pieces for the house in the years thereafter. Objects on display at the exhibition include suites of furniture from the stunning White Bedroom and Drawing Room, as well as individual pieces that stand out as design icons. Over 30 objects from The Hill House are presented in the exhibition.
**This unique opportunity to see these objects in Glasgow has arisen as the charity which owns The Hill House - the National Trust for Scotland - is undertaking an extraordinary conservation project to tackle long-term water ingress, with some key items of the collection removed during the construction phase.