Cyclone™ Side TablePrice: $1,302.00
Design by Isamu Noguchi, 1953.
From Isamu Noguchi's playful table collection first designed in 1954, the Noguchi Side Table features a sculptural base of chrome-plated steel wires set into a cast-iron black porcelain-finished foot. Reintroduced by Knoll in collaboration with the Noguchi Foundation, this Side Table design is now meticulously produced from Noguchi's original drawings. Offered with a laminate top in a choice of colors. Also offered in a larger, Dining Table version in two sizes.
Material(s): Chrome-plate steel wires set into a cast iron base with laminate table top
Dimensions: 24"W X 20"H
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Designer: Isamu Noguchi
The son of an American writer and a Japanese poet, Isamu Noguchi was born in Los Angeles in 1904. He spent his childhood in Japan and his adolescence in America. Noguchi's fascination with art began while he was a pre-med student at Columbia University. A Guggenheim Fellowship in 1927 took him to Paris, where he worked in Brancusi's atelier. Noguchi's interests were as wide ranging as his travels: He designed visionary sets and costumes for the Martha Graham Dance Company and New York City Ballet, furniture and objects for a variety of manufacturers, the Akari lamps and myriad environments, site installations and large-scale public sculptures of great note. The Noguchi Garden Museum in Long Island City, New York, is a repository of his work.View other products by Isamu Noguchi
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