The Noguchi Dining Table designed by Isamu Noguchi in 1953,The Noguchi Cyclone Dining 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.
The reproduction Isamu Noguchi Cyclone black dining table has a wonderful twisted, stainless steel base. An intriguing design feature, the steel rods entwine to create a cyclone effect, as the name suggests.A sculptor as well as furniture designer, Noguchi's sculptural background can be seen with this fabulous black dining table which will a proud addition to any home or business.
This black Noguchi dining table can also be used in a small meeting room as a boardroom table.
Features: Seats 4 people,Quality stainless steel legs,Simple assembly required
Measurements: Dining table height 71 cm, diameter 90 cm
Frame: polished stainless steel legs, black or white powder coated cast iron steel base.
Top: plywood, black or white melamine laminate round dining top.
Colors: Dining table available in either black or white.