Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Charles Rennie Mackintosh worked in Glasgow as an trainee in an architecturial office in 1884 and later (1889) as an architect at Honeyman & Kappie, where he soon began to plan, design and develop furniture. He is well-known for his interior design of the Tea Rooms of Miss Cranston and the building of the Hillhouse for the publisher Blackie in Helensburgh.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh´s seatings are famous for their extraordinary geometrical structure. Our collection of reeditions includes his famous chair Hillhouse and the armchair Willow.Other remarkable works as the black lacquered sideboard formed of ash tree or Mackintosh´s square wooden table have also been aesthetic milestones in the history of modern classic style.