Paul McCobb Origami Armchair on Spider Base


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1960s vintage white molded fiberglass Origami arm shell chair designed by Paul McCobb on a very scarce spider base. A stunning example of this rarely seen combo. The faceted chair has been lovingly used with minimal wear. Distinctly thread shell sits on the rare spider base that is in nice vintage condition.
Paul McCobb was an influential American furniture and industrial designer known for his mid-century modern creations. With a keen eye for clean lines, functionality, and timeless aesthetics, McCobb’s designs captured the essence of the era. He embraced simplicity and focused on creating practical pieces that seamlessly blended into contemporary living spaces. McCobb’s furniture designs, characterized by their minimalist forms and meticulous craftsmanship, became iconic symbols of mid-century style. His work extended beyond furniture, encompassing interiors, accessories, and even graphics. McCobb’s innovative approach and attention to detail earned him widespread acclaim and numerous accolades throughout his career. Today, his designs continue to be sought after, celebrated for their enduring elegance and significant contribution to the world of modern design.

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Fiberglass, Steel


Good Wear consistent with age and use.


Height: 32.29 in (82 cm) Width: 25.2 in (64 cm) Depth: 21.26 in (54 cm) Seat Height: 15.75 in (40 cm)

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