Hill House Chair

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Charles Rennie Mackintosh, a Scottish artist and designer, designed the Hill House Chair in the 1900s for the Hill House of Walter Blackie. Mackintosh stayed away from the old western-style and was inspired by the Japanese design and its use of simple forms, natural materials, and use of light and shadow. The Hill House chair features abstract linear geometry and was designed to be for aesthetic purposes, not functionality.

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