Mackintosh Ladder Back Chair Sample Plans PDF

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Charles Rennie Mackintosh was born in Glasgow in 1868 and died in London on 10th December 1928. Find great deals on eBay for Mackintosh Chair in Chairs. Shop with confidence. Charles Rennie Mackintosh Material Lacquered ash wood, seat upholstered in leather Dimensions W 41 cm, H 141 cm, D 35 cm. The elegant Ladder Back chair is extremely delicate with it’s sole purpose decoration. The slender back legs are elliptical in shape with a series of ladder rails linking them together.

mackintosh ladder back chair 2Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Hill House Chair 1902, Cassina I Maestri One of Three. XL Edition Hill House Ladderback Chair by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, circa 1980. MC-C-1202 – Black lacquered ashwood Ladderback chair with upholstered seat. Seat in expanded polyurethane foam with fabric or leather upholstery. One of his most famous piece of furniture is the Hillhouse chair, in dark oak wood, designed into geometrical shapes, perpendicular delicate lines and a tall ladder back with applied ornaments.

The stylish fittings & furniture, include Mackintosh’s famous ladder back chairs. Mackintosh Ladder Back Chair. Previous Next List. AN INTERPRETATION OF A C. R. MACKINTOSH ORIGINAL. (copyright 2015 all rights reserved, etc.). Hi, I am desperately looking for a plan for Charles R. Mackintosh ladder chair. When I made a Mackintosh-inspired chair for a client a few years back I worked from photos to get the proportions then scaled to get the correct size, made-up rods and templates and worked from them – so no drawings, I’m afraid, although the actual design is relatively simple because the back is absolutely vertical.

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hillhouse chair 3Ladder-back chair for Willow Tea Rooms (JPEG Image, 61.63 KB)Download Low Resolution ImageThis image is licensed under a Creative Commons BY-NC-SA License. Mackintosh Art, Design and Architecture Collection, 1891-1985 Add to your favourites. Mackintosh transformed a traditional ladder-back chair into a strong, modern design, and he stained the oak to reinforce the chair s aura of masculinity.

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