MILO BAUGHMAN Heavy Chromed Steel and Glass Display Unit Circa 1960
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SOLD Designed by mid century modern legend Milo Baughman, this display unit is made from a heavy chromed steel. Three full shelves and two partial shelves create dimensionality and intrigue inset glass shelves give a floating appearance. Circa 1960, this unit is sure to have great presence in your space.
About the Designer:
Milo Baughman (1923-2003) started his career in the mid 1940 in California and is considered one of the fathers of American modern furniture. While he is most known for his 50-year design collaboration with Thayer-Coggin of North Carolina, he also designed for Directional Furniture, Glenn of California, Design Institute America, George Kovacs, and several other companies.
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Good condition. Missing top piece of glass.
42"L x 16"W x 79"H