Set of (6) Milo Baughman Dining Chairs & Table
Milo Baughman is one of the most significant, distinctly American designers to leave his mark on the latter half of the 20th Century. Baughman`s résumé includes work created for Calif-Asia, Mode Furniture, Glenn of California, The Inco Company, Pacific Iron, Winchendon and Drexel, among many others. He also taught and wrote prolifically on the state of modern design, helping early on to define the concept of Good Design with his signature critical levity. A 1953 essay, for example, finds him cautioning readers “a forest of black iron threatens to overwhelm us,” and encouraging “stimulating a healthy diversity.” His beautiful, thoroughly unpretentious furniture appealed to people looking for a modern, forward-thinking aesthetic on a moderate budget. Baughman continued to design furniture into the 1990`s with High Point, NC based Thayer Coggin, the firm with whom he experienced the longest relationship and widest market success.
USA, circa 1970.
(6) armchairs pattern fabric
Six iconic modern chrome chairs by Milo Baughman for Thayer Coggin with upholstered seat and back cushions
The same style chairs used by Thayer and Dot Coggin in their home`s dining room featured in House Beautiful, June 1974.
Price is for the set
Table top: 72″ Length x 42″ Width x 27.25″ Height. Glass top 3/4″
Base” 39″ Length x 19″ Width