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modern design for the home

noguchi cyclone dining table

by Isamu Noguchi from Knoll

noguchi cyclone dining table

Design Isamu Noguchi, 1953
Cast iron base, chromed rods, wood top
Made by Knoll

The Noguchi Cyclone table was conceived in 1953 as a rocking stool made of metal wire and wood. Noguchi's playful object was manufactured the following year in varying sizes, and later evolved into a table that became a companion piece to the Bertoia wire children's chair. At the suggestion of Hans Knoll, Noguchi's small table was enlarged to full size in 1957.

Reintroduced by Knoll in collaboration with the Noguchi foundation, the design is now being meticulously produced from Noguchi's original drawings. The sculptural base consists of a column of chrome-plated steel wires set into a cast-iron, black textured powder-coat base. The top can be specified in laminate or wood veneer with a natural birth edge. Knoll is the only authorized and licensed manufacturer and each piece features a signature plate under the table top bearing the KnollStudio logo and Isamu Noguchi's signature.

28" h | 36" dia. or 42" dia. | top: 0.8" thick | 89 - 97 lbs.

$3,046.00 + free shipping
(please allow 8-12 weeks for this special table to be created and shipped to your location)
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Isamu Noguchi

Noguchi designed lighting and furniture which were sculptural. In 1947 Noguchi began a collaboration with Herman Miller and collaborated with George Nelson and Eames to produce what is often considered to be the most influential body of modern furniture.
Knoll has remained true to the Bauhaus design philosophy that furniture should complement architectural space and not compete with it. Modernism is a passion at Knoll which results in ground breaking modern furniture.


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