Argyle by Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Found these white Argyle chairs somewhere on the Web.
Sold at Phillips for a whopping $206,500 in a December 2012 sale in NYC.
The chair was designed for the drawing room of Hous’Hill, Catherine Cranston’s residence at Nitshill, Glasgow, in 1904.
Just Chairs – 4 Famous Chairs Reinterpreted by Dutch designer Michael Kluver
From left to right: Eames, Breuer, Rietveld and MackIntosh
The chairs in this project are altered versions of modernist design classics. All pushed back into the simple archetype form. All of them are now dominated by simple ergonomic dimensions. Same seating height,seating width, seating depth, overall height, and angle of the backrest. Demystifying the past and asking important questions with regards to the future.
Via Michael Kluver: just chairs.