Japanese-American designer Isamu Noguchi was one of the US’s most influential architects, furniture designers and artists of the 20th century. His fascination with art began during his pre-med studies at Columbia University and now, the Noguchi Garden Museum in New York is a repository of his work.
His sculpting background is apparent in the twisted stainless steel base of the Noguchi Cyclone Side Table as well as the fine materials used for this piece. Interwoven chrome-plated wires twist into a wide black lacquered cast iron base. This combination of metal and wood gives a classic yet modern feel to the table, originally designed by Noguchi as a rocking stool.
- Spiraling steel wires create a cyclone effect
- Secured by a heavy duty cast iron base
- Playful yet stunning design
Playful, Artistic and Functional
This table, meticulously reproduced from Noguchi’s original drawings, is the calm in the eye of the storm of modern design. It is not only a work of art, but a functional piece of furniture to be used and enjoyed in any room of your home or business.