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Isamu Noguchi

Pronounced as: samoo nogooch


Was an American-Japanese designer who was originally trained as a sculptor, brought a sculptural sensibility to everything he created: lighting, furniture, gardens and stage sets.


The thirties also saw Noguchi design his first table, a commission for the new home of the president of the Museum of Modern Art, A. Conger Goodyear. A low glass-topped table with rosewood supports.

This first of a series of related designs before the final design was modified and went into production in 1947 and has become one of his most well-known works.


The design for the Cyclone Table was first conceived by Noguchi in 1953 as a rocking stool of metal wire and wood, the playful object evolved into a table that became a companion piece to the Bertoia wire children’s chair. The Noguchi table was enlarged to full size in 1957.


In 1948 Noguchi designed his only sofa, a free-form padded couch with metal legs, along with a companion bench of similar shape.


All items are Isamu Noguchi inspired designs.

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