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Hill House 1

Design Charles Rennie Mackintosh

VERTICAL SYMPHONY

An iconic chair, a timeless design furnishing made entirely of solid wood that accurately reflects the style of the Scottish master Mackintosh, known for the complex challenges he set himself, like this ageless piece still considered an authentic treatise on spatial intricacy.

Designed for the Hill House project in Scotland, from which it takes its name, its linear geometric shape suggests the minimalism and abstract graphic techniques of Japanese design combining symbolic and figurative values in a single, distinctive piece of furniture with great stage presence.   

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Upholstery colour

Cassina revisits Hill House 1 relying on the talent of the skilled Meda artisans who, with absolute mastery, reproduce the chair in ash with the high backrest in its original progression of vertical lines contrasted by a grid pattern of vertical and horizontal pieces at the limit of material resistance.

Structure

Solid ash.

Seat

Solid beech with crisscrossed elastic webbing.

Upholstery

Exclusive velvet in wisteria or petroleum green color.

PRODUCTION YEAR

1973

DESIGN BY
Charles Rennie Mackintosh
PRODUCTION YEAR

1973

DESIGN BY
Charles Rennie Mackintosh
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