Weight: 1.8 lb
Number of Pages: 106
Today Paul McCobb's furniture and interior designs of the 1950s rank alongside Russell Wright, Gustav Stickley, and Heywood-Wakefield as marked staples in modern design. Paul McCobb's Directional Designs furniture line exhibits the low-cost, functional, and versatile furniture components, storage units, and interiors that earned McCobb the title of "America's decorator" during the mid-twentieth century. Containing over 100 coordinating room settings, including chairs, sofas, desks, benches, shelves, interiors, and much more, with information on McCobb's achievements and design principles, up-to-date price guide, and index, this book presents one of the backbones of modern design.