Isamu Noguchi believed that sculpture should be incorporated into everyday living. His furniture designs are the perfect reflection of this belief...they're sculptural, beautiful and useful. His classic coffee table was designed in 1944 to illustrate an article by George Nelson entitled "How to Make a Table." The table base is made of two identical solid wood elements set at a right angle with a freeform glass top. The ethereal result does not diminish the practical design - a sturdy and durable table. This marriage of sculptural form and everyday function has made the Noguchi table an understated and beautiful element in homes and offices since its introduction in 1948.
To ensure authenticity, the signature of Isamu Noguchi appears on the longest edge of the glass top and on a medallion on the underside of the base. Under the medallion, his initials are stamped into the base. Herman Miller® Noguchi's coffee table consists of three pieces. A freeform, 3/4" plate-glass top resting on two curved, solid wood legs that interlock to form a tripod for self-stabilizing support. Solid wood base in several wood finishes.
Dimensions: 50"w, 36"d, 15.75"h Free shipping in the Continental US.