A designer-pioneer of the Modern movement, Milo Baughman’s name is well-known within mid-century modern furniture circles, as well as being solidly linked to the ideas that defined his timeless work: simplicity, distinction and enduring appeal. His emphasis on ‘high style, low cost’ furniture helped enormously in the establishment of Thayer Coggin, Inc., who remained his main account right up until his death in 2003. From the beginning, Coggin’s selection of Baughman produced an award-winning team that was on the cutting edge of new directions in design and manufacturing excellence in the United States. Milo lectured regularly and often spoke about the positive impact that good design can have on the lives of human beings. Essential to his design philosophy was the belief that good design is enduring design. Read more about Milo Baughman in our magazine.