Noguchi Coffee Table

Noguchi Coffee Table

$5,465
$5,465

The sculptor and designer Isamu Noguchi described the Coffee Table as his best furniture design – no doubt because it is reminiscent of his biomorphic sculptures in bronze and marble from the same period, translating the typical forms of the latter into a piece of sculptural furniture. Manufactured by Vitra

Dimensions: 128cm W x 93cm D x 40cm H

Materials: Table top: Heavy glass, 19 mm, ground rounded edges.
Base: Available in solid ash stained black, walnut or maple, lacquered finish, rounded edges.

Lead time: For current lead time information, please select enquire above

Downloads: Tear-sheet

This item is currently on backorder.
Please be aware of the additional lead-time below when pre-ordering.

Estimated lead time: 2-4 weeks
Enquire
Based in Switzerland, the Vitra company produces furniture for the home, the office and for public spaces - Vitra for the home is part of the Space collection. Collections by American modernists Ray and Charles Eames and George Nelson form the foundations for the group that works with leading international designers 'Antonio Citterio, Jasper Morrison, Hella Jongerius, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec' to produce a collection that aims for both high functional and aesthetic longevity. Through its Vitra Campus architecture, the Vitra Design Museum, workshops, publications, collections and design archives, Vitra could also be described as a philanthropic design supporter. Shop Brand >

Isamu Noguchi (1904-1988) is considered one of the most important artists of the 20th century, expanding the traditional notion of sculpture to include the creation of dance sets, gardens, playgrounds, fountains and furniture.

Isamu Noguchi was the son of an American mother and a Japanese father. Born in Los Angeles, Noguchi spent his childhood in Japan before returning to the US for his education. As a young man he travelled to Paris to work with sculptor Constantin Brancusi, and he went on to develop his own career as an artist in New York.

After visiting Japan in 1931, Noguchi began to integrate elements of Japanese art with Western modernism. Throughout the 1950s Noguchi spent a great deal of time in Japan, embracing Japanese forms for the design of gardens and sculpture.

Shop Designer >
Our Story
Read Journal
06 | Designer | Lisa Gorman
Read Journal
04 | Travel | New York
Read Journal
03 | Behind the Design | Strand Pendants by Muuto
Read Journal