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514

514

Designer Gerrit T. Rietveld, year 1934 The chair, known as the "Zig Zag" was first produced in 1934 by Metz and Company, Amsterdam. 514 (Zig Zag) Chair in natural solid ash, open pore lacquered. L./W. H. P./D. 37 74 43 CM W. H. D. 14,6" 29,1" 16,9" IN Finishings The certified quality of Mvsevm’s italian…

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844

Designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh, year 1918   These chairs were part of the series believed to have been designed for the country home of the industrialist W.Basset Lowke (See models 800 and 809). The client proved to be difficult and the design of the table with accompanying chairs was not accepted. Roger Billcliffe, author of the definitive…

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845

Designer Charles R. Mackintosh, year 1918 These chairs were part of the series believed to have been designed for the country home of the industrialist W.Basset Lowke (See models 800 and 809). The client proved to be difficult and the design of the table with accompanying chairs was not accepted. Roger Billcliffe, author of the…

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834

Designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh, year 1900   This low version of model 864 was the basic chair used in the White Dining Room and in the Cloister Room of the Ingram Street Tearooms, Glasgow. A number of examples survive in museum collections. 834 Chair with frame in black-stained ash, open pore. Padded cushion covered in leather or…

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825

Designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh, year 1904   This served as the chair for the director of Miss Cranston’s Willow Tea Rooms, Glasgow. It was placed in a position between the front area and the rear area and served visually as a separating point. The grate design in the curved back appears to be a stylized tree and…

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814

Designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh, year 1903   This chair was originally in the bedroom of Hill House at Helensburg (Dunbartonshire), the house designed for the publisher Walter W.Blackie. The architecture of Mackintosh in Hill House with its “deletion of all naturalism and its use of the functional, mathematical plane” (Sypher) was a prelude to the Bauhaus. 814…

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165

Designer Stam, year 1926   This chair is a simplification of the Mart Stam and Breuer cantilever armchairs of 1929 (Standard-Mobel, Thonet Model B34). Since the continuous tube which forms both the base and the arms also serves to keep the back vertical apart, the "handlebar" back cross piece of the earlier model is eliminated.…

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144

Designer Stam, year 1926   This cantilever was designed in 1926 and put into production in 1927. It is similar in form to a chair attributed to Breuer by Thonet in their production of 1927 (B33). In a law suit of 1926 to 1932, the German courts attributed the models to Stam. In the earliest…

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769S

Designer Eero Saarinen, year 1956   The objective was to fight the confusion: that confusion caused by the presence of too many legs (those of the tables and chairs) that invaded the dining rooms and living rooms. Indeed, if we try to imagine a table surrounded by chairs, we cannot avoid seeing a "tangle" of legs,…

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854

Designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh, year 1897   These chairs were part of the series believed to have been designed for the country home of the industrialist W.Basset Lowke (See models 800 and 809). The client proved to be difficult and the design of the table with accompanying chairs was not accepted. Roger Billcliffe, author of the definitive…

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