The Cashier's Settle Essay by Master Researcher

The Cashier's Settle
An analysis of the the chair, the cashier's settle.
# 86818 | 900 words | 5 sources | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Architecture (European) , Art (Other Mediums)


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Description:

This essay is a product description that covers the designer, historical context, social context, and design of a chair, the Cashier's Settle. The paper discusses how the original Cashier's Settle is an example of the Glasgow Style, a movement including a combination of influences including Art Nouveau; the Arts & Crafts movement in England, Scottish heritage and Japanese forms, all prevalent at the turn-of-the century in Scotland.

From the Paper:

"The original Cashier's Settle is an example of the "Glasgow Style," a movement including a combination of influences including Art Nouveau; the Art's & Crafts movement in England, Scottish heritage and Japanese forms, all prevalent at the turn-of-the century in Scotland. It was designed and built on commission for a successful tea house in Glasgow in approximately in 1904 and represents an influential part of Mackintosh's "total design" of the Willow Tea Rooms including furniture, light fittings, wall dressing, cutlery and even uniforms. The design also represents the emergence of a movement that would combine both interior and architectural elements."

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