Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868 – 1928), a Scottish designer and architect, was one of the leaders in an early 20th century genre that became known as “the Glasgow Style” and eventually as Art Nouveau. Arts and Crafts cabinetmakers and later architects (such as Frank Lloyd Wright) borrowed heavily from Mackintosh’s work. With these Mackintosh pieces (and our Highland dining room collection) we are acknowledging his influence.
Our Mackintosh pieces are unique, yet familiar. The lines of these sofas and chairs contain hints of oriental and modern influences, making them hard to categorize as of any particular period. They are equally at home in a comfortable bungalow or an edgy modern glass and steel loft. The Mackintosh is the only seating design we currently offer in a sectional. The sectional comes apart for transport and delivery.
Fabric: The price of this piece includes the upholstering but not the actual cost of fabric. If you choose to purchase this item, you will need to supply fabric which we will then have put on your piece.
Size: 64"w x 37"d x 30"t