Mackintosh - 품절
저자: Charlotte Fiell , Peter Fiell
구분: 원서
발행일: 2004년 03월 01일
정가: 35,000원
페이지: 176 p
ISBN: 978-3-8228-3204-2
판형: 184×245
Mysticism and aestheticism with a strong touch of lilac

The Scottish architect, designer and painter Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868?1928) was one of the early pioneers of modern architecture and design. His multifaceted œuvre is an important link between the movement towards artistic reform in Britain and continental Modernism. Mackintosh’s avant-garde designs for the Glasgow School of Art, the legendary Willow Tea Rooms or the Hill House in Helensburgh are a blend of functional simplicity and poetic decorative details. The result is a cool elegance which combines "mysticism and aestheticism with a strong touch of lilac ... and a gentle sensuality". In addition to his architectural works, this book focuses on Mackintosh’s famous interiors and also on his often neglected textile designs and watercolours.

The authors:
Charlotte Fiell (b.1965) studied at the British Institute in Florence and at the Camberwell School of Arts & Crafts, London, before being trained with Sotheby’s Educational Studies, also in London.

Peter Fiell (b. 1958) trained with Sotheby’s Educational Studies in London. He received an MA in Design Studies from Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, London, where he is also a guest lecturer. Together, the Fiells have published numerous articles and several books on design, notably TASCHEN’s ‘Modern Chairs’.