Black stained ash with open pore
Seat and arms in polyurethane foam, red velvet fabric
L/W 83 H 84 P/D 65 cm
W 32,7” H 33” D 25,6”
Weight: 25 Kg
Handmade in Italy
Charles Rennie Mackintosh was a British architect born in Glasgow and died in London (1868-1928). It is one of the precursors of Art Nouveau and its British counterpart, the Modern style. He is the main representative of the Glasgow School. He opposed the drifts of industrialization, advocating a return to medieval lines.
He is also recognized as a talented architect. He achieved international recognition by designing the Glasgow School in particular. With his wife Margaret Macdonald they will devote themselves to the creation of original furniture.
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