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Milo Baughman Chrome & Marble Coffee Table c.1970

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An elegant chrome framed coffee table with green Marble inset table top by Milo Baughman in 1970s America

H: 45cm W: 81cm D: 81cm

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Designer Spotlight | Milo Baughman

Milo Baughman was an American furniture designer born 1923. His furniture has an understated modernity where the use of materials takes centre stage and are showcased with sleek forms. His philosophy was that good design is enduring design and firmly believed in the benefits of living in a well designed home environment.

After the second world war Baughman went to study Product and Architectural Design at the Art Centre School of Los Angeles, going on to work for Frank Brothers as a furniture designer, before establishing his own design company in 1947. Baughman’s designs were casual yet upscale and took inspiration from modernism and art deco, he developed a style that would later become more widely known as Hollywood Regency.

Image: An early image of a young Milo Baughman, probably taken while working for Frank Brothers in LA