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Pair of chairs model "292 Hill House 1" designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868 - 1928) made of ash wood, with seat upholstered in cotton velvet fabric with jungle print. Italy 1960s.

Measurements: W 42 x D 44 x H 43/140 cm

Charles Rennie Mackintosh was a Scottish architect, designer and watercolourist who played a key role in the Arts and Crafts movement and was also the leading exponent of Art Nouveau in Scotland. A proto-modernist, he sought to reform by breaking with what had gone before. He rose to fame after exhibiting his furniture at the Vienna Secession in 1900 and formed part of The Four group of the Glasgow School, created in 1897, being its leading figure together with his wife Margaret Macdonald, her sister Frances Macdonald and her husband Herbert MacNair.

Set of eight chairs mod. Superleggera designed by Gio Ponti for Figli Di Amadeo Cassina. Made of solid ash wood and rattan. Italy 1957. Its construction challenge is contained in the triangular section of the legs, only 18 millimeters and with a minimum weight of 1700 grams. They are an indisputable icon and a masterpiece of modernity. They belong to the first edition “figli di Amadeo Cassina”.

Measurements: W 41cm x D 45cm x H 83/46cm

 

Pair of Bauhaus style chairs made in the 70's for Pizzi Arredamenti in Italy. Composed of a structure made of tube and steel plate with the seat and backrest reupholstered by hand in yellow cotton velvet

Measurements: W 54 x D 54 x H 70 cm

Pareja de sillas escultóricas realizadas en madera lacada en dos colores. Asiento y respaldo perforado. Italia

Measurements: W 40 x D 40 x H 40/80 cm

Pair of chairs model "292 Hill House 1" designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868 - 1928) made of ash wood, with seat upholstered in cotton fabric with yellow, white and black print. Italy 1960s.

Measurements: W 42 x D 44 x H 43/140 cm

Charles Rennie Mackintosh was a Scottish architect, designer and watercolourist who played a key role in the Arts and Crafts movement and was also the leading exponent of Art Nouveau in Scotland. A proto-modernist, he sought to reform by breaking with what had gone before. He rose to fame after exhibiting his furniture at the Vienna Secession in 1900 and formed part of The Four group of the Glasgow School, created in 1897, being its leading figure together with his wife Margaret Macdonald, her sister Frances Macdonald and her husband Herbert MacNair.

Pair of “292 Hill House 1” model chairs designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868 – 1928) made of ash wood, with a seat upholstered in Pierre Frey linen, with superimposed multicolored diamond pattern, like a kaleidoscope. Italy 60s.

Measurements: W 42 x D 44 x H 43/140 cm

Charles Rennie Mackintosh was a Scottish architect, designer and watercolourist who played a key role in the Arts and Crafts movement and was also the leading exponent of Art Nouveau in Scotland. A proto-modernist, he sought to reform by breaking with what had gone before. He rose to fame after exhibiting his furniture at the Vienna Secession in 1900 and formed part of The Four group of the Glasgow School, created in 1897, being its leading figure together with his wife Margaret Macdonald, her sister Frances Macdonald and her husband Herbert MacNair.

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