Paul McCobb Directional Lounge Chair | 1950's


A 1950’s directional lounge chair designed by Paul McCobb and manufactured by Custom Craft Inc. The chair has been reupholstered in an Anne Kirk linen, wool blend and the legs refinished by the Selby House.

About Paul McCobb
Born in 1917 in Massachusetts, he began his career as a product development engineer in the medium of plastics and open his own design firm in New York City in 1945. In 1950, he launched his first mass produced line of furniture; the collection featured sleek lines and warm finishes, and was a hit. McCobb took inspiration from classic American styles and transformed them into new and modern forms; “we don’t design fads.”

Origin: USA

Period: 1950's  

Dimensions: 28.5"H x 27"W x 28"D | Seat Height 16"

Materials: Anne Kirk linen, wool, acrylic blend + ash 

Condition: Very Good Vintage Condition. Reupholstered and Restored by the Selby House. 

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