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Hill House 1 Chair

Product description

A design classic made in 1903 by Charles R. Mackintosh.


Material / Features
  • Chair with frame in black lacquered as

  • Seat upholstered in expanded foam covered in leather, pony or Linen mixed


Dimensions

width 41 cm, depth 39 cm, height 141 cm, seat height 43 cm



History

The Hill House Chair is part of one of Mackintosh's most famous projects, the Hill House in Helensburgh, Scotland.

Mackintosh designed and built the house for the publisher Walter Blackie between 1902-1904.

Next to the house and the furniture, he was also responsible for a large part of the interior.
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White 01
Leather Standard Black
Surface Structure is embossed, quality slightly thinner.
Black 28
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Surface Structure is embossed, quality somewhat softer and thicker than Standard.
Black 89001
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Leather Special Alba Colour
Surface Structure is embossed, quality somewhat softer and thicker than Standard.
White 5001
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Red 62550
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Dark-Red 62549
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Grey 80326
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Biscotto 5014
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Cream 8408
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COGNAC
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Natural 8425
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Brown 740025
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Light-Orange 59154
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Choco 740024
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Green 7799
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Blue 270
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Bordeaux 264
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Blue-Marine
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Light-Beige 53260
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Light-Brown 260
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Beige 80227
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Terra 740026
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Dark-Grey 6335
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Nocciola 530056
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ALBA_740023
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Sand 80391
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Leather in its most beautiful form: Natural, dyed thoroughly, soft, warm, and breathable.
Black setter
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Leather Aniline Setter Colour
Leather in its most beautiful form: Natural, dyed thoroughly, soft, warm, and breathable.
White 5001
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Dark Brown 74626
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Brown 410
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Yellow 249
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Medium Red 20018
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Slate Grey 77440
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Nocciola 530442
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Sand 1 80226
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Ivory 200
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Natural 53737
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Light Red 20019
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Light Grey 286
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Grey Beige 80224
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Red 62364
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Cream 53773
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Violet 65147
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Light Beige 53739
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Grey 80225
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Dark Red 550
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Yellow Beige 53738
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Bordeaux 71048
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Cognac 420
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Green 530
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Brown 1 56323
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Blue 77441
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Beige 20
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Brown 2 40448
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Sand 2 390
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Red Brown 74625
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Dark Cream 360
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Orange 244
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Brown black white
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Black white
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Brown white
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Cotton
100 % Cotton
White 01
Ivory 02
Light Cream 03
Cream 04
Light green 05
Maize yellow 06
Salmon orange 07
Traffic red 08
Orient red 09
Bordeaux 10
Red lilac 11
Sky blue 12
Brown 13
Black 14

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Mackintosh, Charles

Mackintosh, Charles Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868 - 1928) was a Scottish architect, interior designer, designer, graphic artist, painter and craftsman.

Mackintosh formed, together with his wife Margaret McDonald Mackintosh, her sister Frances MacDonald McNair and James Herbert McNair the group "The Four", which was particularly influential on the Glasgow School.

In the late 19th century he was one of the leading figures in the Art Nouveau movement. He gave a decisive impetus to the modern design and is a forerunner of Modern Art.

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