1960s Flat-Bar Chrome Club Chairs by Milo Baughman for Thayer Coggin - a Pair

These two club chairs were designed by Milo Baughman for Thayer Coggin in the 1960s. They are comprised of a flat-bar chrome frame with new chevron upholstery from Duralee. Baughman's furniture are renowned for their simple, clean lines as well as for his mixing of minimal forms with lavish, eye-catching materials. The beautiful textures of these chairs keep true to his style. The cushioning is finely button-tufted while the chevron cotton is a subtle combination of green and blue. Other key design features include the upholstered armrests, the low height, and the slight incline of the seat, which slopes down toward the back to create an ideal shape for relaxing.


25.75 in. width
28.5 in. depth
31.5 in. height
22.5 in. arm height

21.5 in. width
21 in. depth
16.25 in. height