Charles Mackintosh

Charles Mackintosh
Charles Mackintosh

(Glasgow, 1868 – London, 1928)

A creative figure active in the sphere of architecture and design, who indelibly marked the transition between the 19th and 20th centuries, designing and producing forms of furniture that are still admired today as an expression of innovative and topical genius. The essence of his design vision, evident in the project for the Glasgow School of Art recognised as his most representative work, absorbs and reworks the aesthetics of Art Noveau, at the same time presenting the rigour and purity of Modernism.

The products of Charles Mackintosh

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Vama Cucine is an important name in the Made in Italy kitchen sector, with a history that began in the 70s in the Pesaro furniture district, where the production of fitted kitchens has always been synonymous with excellence, recognized not only in Italy, but also in the rest of the world.

Production and warehouse facilities

Via Direttissima del Conero
Industrial Park
60021 Camerano (AN)