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Gordon Benson - 'CRM and the Legacy of Reinvention' (Mackintosh Symposium)
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Glasgow Film Theatre

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14 Dec 2009
Monday,
11:45 - 12:30

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Gordon Benson - 'CRM and the Legacy of Reinvention' (Mackintosh Symposium)

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Gordon Benson
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Born in Glasgow and educated in Glasgow and London, Benson has been a tireless advocate for architecture, especially the work of Mackintosh. He was the architect for the award-winning Museum of Scotland and the Millennium Wing extension to the National Gallery of Ireland in Dublin. Benson is a former Professor at University of Strathclyde and University of Edinburgh.

Other Presentations from the 2009 Mackintosh Symposium
The Mackintosh Symposium lectures explored the influence of Charles Rennie Mackintosh as architect, designer, and artist - 100 years after the completion of the Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School of Art.

Andy MacMillan
The Building as Document
Benedetta Tagliabue Mackintosh and Miralles
Pamela Robertson Mackintosh and Glasgow
Professor William J. R. Curtis Materials of the Imagination : The Glasgow School of Art
The Mackintosh Symposium Panel Discussion - Part 1
The Mackintosh Symposium Panel Discussion - Part 2