A cost-effective architecture is studied for a joint radio frequency (RF) and baseband hybrid beamforming (HBF) method that uses planar antenna arrays (PAA) in 60GHz radio transmission. Under the hybrid architecture, a space-time precoded HBF scheme is presented to exploit the spatial diversity for non line-of-sight transmission in 60GHz radio. Furthermore, an efficient one-bit feedback (OBF) beamforming (BF) scheme is proposed to search for the pointing directions of each RF beamformer (BFer) of the HBF architecture. Simulation results show that the proposed HBF architecture can provide a 5∼10dB gain in the signal to noise ratio compared to an architecture that uses the RF BF only. In addition, the OBF BF scheme converges close to the LOS transmission in 15 iterations, which is much more efficient than exhaustively searching for the BF directions.