Designer Isamu Noguchi (Los Angeles 1904-1988)
Based upon Isamu Noguchi's design of the 1940's, this table is not only a work of art but a functional piece of furniture to be used and enjoyed. Our reproduction is built with careful attention to the original specifications and construction. The table’s sculptural base consists of a cyclone column of black -plated steel wires set into a black powder-coated steel base. The table top is in the traditional white laminate with thin stylized edge.
Isamu Noguchi, designer of the original Noguchi table, was one of America’s most influential architects, furniture designers and artists of the 20th century. Japanese-American designer, Isamu Noguchi, left medical school at Columbia University to attend sculpture classes at the Leonardo da Vinci Art School. Within three months, Noguchi had his first exhibition and was elected into the National Sculpture Society. Noguchi’s designs were informed by nature, highly abstract and sculptural. What beautiful, fresh and modern furniture designs that were so often intended to express the essence of the natural landscape.
An authentic, newly produced Cyclone dining table sells for just under two thousand dollars! Our designer replica can be yours for well below that head spinning designer price tag. The Noguchi Cyclone Dining Table was first made in 1953 as an experiment with wire and wood. The design was first envisioned as a rocking stool, however, the materials led most clearly to a table. Noguchi’s Cyclone table stands as one of the fine achievements in furniture design.
- Diameter: 120cm
- Height: 76cm
- Colour: White
- Table Top Material: Resin and MDF
- Leg Material: Powdercoated Steel
- Base: Matt finished
- Assembly: Basic assembly required