Designed by Japanese American sculptor Isamu Noguchi in 1944, Vitra's Noguchi Coffee Table is the most iconic and sculptural piece of Mid-Century modernism. The table represents Noguchi's belief that 'everything is sculpture'. Noguchi himself 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. 

Comprised of only three elements, the 19mm super-thick triangular shaped glass top and two interlocking wood base pieces, the table creates a distinct organic silhouette and it can support a great weight without damage. The Noguchi Coffee Table is a timeless, minimal, but standout furniture item which will make an impactful impression on your home.

Noguchi Coffee Table
by Vitra


Black Ash
Walnut
Maple
$2,305.00

Designed by Japanese American sculptor Isamu Noguchi in 1944, Vitra's Noguchi Coffee Table is the most iconic and sculptural piece of Mid-Century modernism. The table represents Noguchi's belief that 'everything is sculpture'. Noguchi himself 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. 

Comprised of only three elements, the 19mm super-thick triangular shaped glass top and two interlocking wood base pieces, the table creates a distinct organic silhouette and it can support a great weight without damage....

Designed by Japanese American sculptor Isamu Noguchi in 1944, Vitra's Noguchi Coffee Table is the most iconic and sculptural piece of Mid-Century modernism. The table represents Noguchi's belief that 'everything is sculpture'. Noguchi himself 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. 

Comprised of only three elements, the 19mm super-thick triangular shaped glass top and two interlocking wood base pieces, the table creates a distinct organic silhouette and it can support a great weight without damage. The Noguchi Coffee Table is a timeless, minimal, but standout furniture item which will make an impactful impression on your home.

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Dimensions:-
Width: 128 cm, Depth: 93 cm, Height: 40 cm

Table top - 19 mm heavy glass, ground rounded edges.
Base - Solid ash in black, walnut or maple. Lacquered finish.
Origin of wood - Ash (Fraxinus excelsior), walnut (Juglans nigra) and maple (Acer platanoides) from Western Europe and Poland.

Isamu Noguchi

This product is designed by
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...

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