Firefighters tackling a major blaze in one of Scotland's best known buildings say they have saved both the structure of the building and 70% of its contents.
It's thought that the fire started in the basement of the century-old Glasgow School of Art and spread rapidly.
The school, built in the art nouveau style, was the work of Scotland's most influential architect and designer, Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Eyewitnesses said the fire appeared to have started when a projector exploded in the basement.
Although it has suffered substantial damage, it is still structurally sound.
The Mackintosh building, completed in 1909, is unique in that it is a working art school as well as a work of art, the BBC reports.
From the facade to the fixtures and fittings, every detail shows the craft of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Scotland's most-lauded designer.