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Isamu Noguchi's Dining Table from Vitra is one of the most elegant dining tables in the history of 20th-century furniture design. Initially conceived as a rocking stool, Isamu Noguchi's playful design caught the attention of Hans Knoll who thought it a perfect complement to the Bertoia wire collection. At the suggestion of Hans Knoll, Noguchi adapted the stool into a small table in 1954 and a full-size dining table in 1957. Collaborating with Noguchi Foundation, the design is reproduced by Vitra using Noguchi's original drawings.

Constructed from a hard-laminated plywood surface and cast iron base with chrome-plated steel wire, the table presents a delicate aesthetic which is engineered to last many lifetimes. The chrome-plated rods connect to a cast iron base ring to add stability and support, but without appearing heavy.

With the Noguchi Dining Table you can make an impactful impression on your home and own a little engineering marvel to keep forever.

Noguchi Dining Table

Noguchi Dining Table

by Vitra

Regular price £3,425.50 GBP
Regular price £4,030.00 GBP Sale price £3,425.50 GBP
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Technical Information

Dimensions:-
D90 - Tabletop Diameter: 90 cm, Height: 72.5 cm
D121- Tabletop Diameter: 121 cm, Height: 72.5 cm

Recommended for residential use only. 

Materials/Construction

Tabletop - Plywood with hard laminate surface, black-stained edge.
Base - Cast iron with black lacquer finish, chrome-plated steel wire.

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Isamu Noguchi's Dining Table from Vitra is one of the most elegant dining tables in the history of 20th-century furniture design. Initially conceived as a rocking stool, Isamu Noguchi's playful design caught the attention of Hans Knoll who thought it a perfect complement to the Bertoia wire collection. At the suggestion of Hans Knoll, Noguchi adapted the stool into a small table in 1954 and a full-size dining table in 1957. Collaborating with Noguchi Foundation, the design is reproduced by Vitra using Noguchi's original drawings.

Constructed from a hard-laminated plywood surface and cast iron base with chrome-plated steel wire, the table presents a delicate aesthetic which is engineered to last many lifetimes. The chrome-plated rods connect to a cast iron base ring to add stability and support, but without appearing heavy.

With the Noguchi Dining Table you can make an impactful impression on your home and own a little engineering marvel to keep forever.

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    Isamu Noguchi

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    Isamu Noguchi

    Isamu Noguchi, born in 1904 in Los Angeles to the Japanese poet Yone Noguchi and the American writer Leonie Gilmour, studied at Columbia University and the Leonardo da Vinci Art School.He established his first independent studio and received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1927. Noguchi became an assistant to Constantin Brancusi in Paris and presented his first solo exhibition in New York. After studying brush drawing in China, he travelled to Japan to work with clay under the master potter Jinmatsu Uno.

    His experiences living and working in different cultural circles are reflected in Isamu Noguchi's work as an artist. He is considered a universal talent with a creative oeuvre that went beyond sculpture to encompass stage...