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Helensburgh, Scotland / 1917

 

 

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Similar to Wright's prairie chairs, but more light and delicate, this chair can be seen as a modern version of gothic furniture principles. Inspired by Arts and Crafts and being part of Art Noveau movements, Mackintosh design perfectly express tradition and regionalism.

The narrow Hill House Chair was meant by Charles Rennie Mackintosh to be a decoration, and not a functional piece of furniture. The Hill House Chair still resides at the Hill House in Helensburgh, Scotland. The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Hill House Chair is constructed of ashwood. Black or a walnut finish is available. The seat is leather or fabric.

Charles Rennie Mackintosh, the creator of the Hill House Chair, was a skilled interior designer, painter and decorator who renown for his inventive interpretation of Art Nouveau. His "Spook School" did not gain immediate notoriety due to his unconformity to the standards of French and Belgium Art Nouveau. info source: www.bauhaus2yourhouse.com

 

 
     

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more about the author: iDesign / authors / C.R. Mackintosh

more about the style: iDesign / styles / Art Noveau

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