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Hill House Chair

Today, Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928) is considered one of the leading British Art Nouveau, as well as lesser-known Glasgow current movement.
 
Architect, designer and painter, Scotland, spent most of his life in Glasgow, thriving industrial growth in those years saw the demand and consumption of artistic products, manufactured on an industrial scale for the benefit of the masses.
 
Together with the climate of the industrial revolution, the projects also suffered the influence of Mackintosh Asian and emerging modernist ideas. Mackintosh borrowed from Japanese-style sobriety and economy of means, with the clever use of contrasting light and shadow, and the attention to space as a way evocative of inner peace and serenity.
 
The intent of meeting the needs of the people made Charles Rennie Mackintosh a pioneer of the modernist movement, which aimed to create a current practical and functional design of all new and future-oriented.
Actually Mackintosh departs from mere utilitarian modernist: its products are designed to meet individuals who need art, not of simple machines.
Mackintosh is celebrated some important architectural works, many of which are located in Glasgow. Among the many include the Queen's Cross Church in Glasgow, the tea room Willow Tearooms in Glasgow and Hill House in Helensburgh (National Trust for Scotland).
Combining modernity with the progressive spirit of romance, Mackintosh has created some of the most influential 20th-century decorative patterns. Few can boast a few designers have created a unique and individual style so instantly recognizable.
 
His works combine the craft English tradiction with the organic forms of Art Nouveau, while the mature works using bold geometric shapes.
 
Of the various works of Charles Rennie Mackintosh design we have chosen to present the Hill House Chair, originally located in the bedroom of the Hill House in Helensburgh (Dunbartonshire), the home designed for publisher Walter W. Blackie, it is a high back seat features a geometric, oriental inspiration, and a padded seat available in different colors.

It 'a piece of furniture with a strong decorative effect, elegant and appropriate for every type of environment, and which is still surprisingly current.

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