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Round coffee table signed Paul McCobb, with original marble top and brass base, published in 1954 by Directional. One of the most exclusive references of the American designer, sublimated by a magnificent patina that gives the object all its authenticity.

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Height : 15.75 in / 40 cm

Width : 41.73 in / 106 cm

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    Categories: 20th Century Design, Coffee table

    Year of publication: 1954

    Origin: USA

    Materials: Brass base, original marble top

    State: Beautiful patina, some tiny superficial scratches on the tray

    Publisher: Directional

    Designer: Paul McCobb (1917 – 1969) established his own interior design studio in New York City in 1945. In 1950, he presented his first collection of low-cost furniture, the Planner Group, with the distributor B.G Mosberg. Its more exclusive furniture lines, Directional, Predictor Linear and Perimeter, were produced by Winchendon Furniture in Massachusetts and marketed and distributed by McCobb himself. The American designer popularized modular furniture and created “living walls” with room dividers and mobile storage systems. His fame in the 1950s was considerable, but his name became little known from the 1960s onwards. Paul McCobb’s work has been featured in the “Good Design” exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Merchandise Mart in Chicago.



    Emmanuelle Vidal is an antique dealer in Toulouse, specializing in design from the 50s, 60s and 70s. Charlotte Perriand, Pierre Guariche, Le Corbusier, Ico Parisi, Pierre Paulin, Charles Eames… Tirelessly hunting down the creations of the masters of the 20th century, she then exhibited in various salons in Paris, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Antibes, Saint-Tropez and opened her gallery in 1997 in Toulouse. A unique place that is quickly becoming a landmark for collectors and enthusiasts looking for iconic pieces.