Noguchi Coffee Table Replica - Black Ash Timber
Our replica Noguchi Tribeca Coffee Table in Black Ash is both a work of art and a piece of fine furniture. The sculptural form of the replica Noguchi Coffee Table is the perfect addition to your modern living room.
- Height: 40cm
- Width: 130cm
- Depth: 90cm
- Top: 15mm Tempered Glass
- Frame: Ash wood
- Colour: Black
- Assembly: Basic, tools provided
"Everything is sculpture," said Japanese-American sculptor Isamu Noguchi. Noguchi created sculptures out of anything at his disposal—paper, stone, wood, metal, clay, bone. Noguchi created sculptures that were sometimes abstract and other times, startlingly realistic. Noguchi’s Tribeca Coffee table is really more sculpture than table. Designed by sculptor in 1948, the Tribeca coffee table continues to be relevant and modern.
Both ethereal and infinitely practical, this sturdy and durable table is an enduring piece of American Moderism. This marriage of sculptural form and everyday function has made the Noguchi table an understated and beautiful element in homes and offices since its introduction in 1948.
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Compares favorably with much more expensive brand name table reproductions. It arrived a few days after I ordered it. It's not the original manufacturer with the signature, but lets face it, at this stage, any new one is a reproduction, regardless of price, and this price is right. As a professional Designer, I can highly recommend this table.
Disclaimer: Relaxhouse products are not affiliated with, manufactured by, or associated with the original designers or manufacturers including Tolix or Xavier Pauchard, Charles or Ray Eames, Herman Miller, Knoll, Ron Arad, Kartell, Euro Aarnio, Phillipe Stark, Thonet or Verneer Panton.