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Noguchi Cyclone Table - Black - 102 CM

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Noguchi Cyclone Table - Black - 102 CM

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The design of the Noguchi Cyclone Table was first conceived by Noguchi in 1953 as a rocking stool of metal wire and wood for Knoll, the playful object evolved into a table that became a companion piece to the Bertoia wire children’s chair. It was later changed to full size table at the suggestion of Hans Knoll in 1957. In combination with the chrome styled stainless steel bars, this coffee table will certainly be remarked as the eye-catcher in your living room.

Noguchi Cyclone Table
Noguchi Cyclone Table

Designed as per the original

Designer Editions offers the Noguchi Cyclone Table without any compromise to the original specifications and construction. This high end style consists of a column of chrome-plated steel wires set into a black powder-coated steel base. Thick, round black laminate top offers classic style and durable strength. Available in 96cm or 110 cm and faithfully produced according to Noguchi's original drawings from 1957. Elevate your décor with this iconic mid-century creation worry free as it is backed with a 24-month manufacturer’s warranty so you can enjoy the simple, sculptural design that provides perfect mix of function and form.


Noguchi Cyclone Table
  • Top: Black Laminate
  • Legs: Stainless Steel, Black Powder Coated Base
  • Style: Modern Classic
  • Warranty: 5 Years 
  • Assembly: N/A
  • Instructions: Included
  • Clean: Dust Cleaner
  • Dimension: Width 96cm, Depth 96cm, Height 72cm
  • Packing Dimension 1: Width 99cm, Depth 99cm, Height 5cm
  • Packing Dimension 2: Width 53m, Depth 53cm, Height 69cm
  • CBM: 0.049 / 0.193 Product Weight: 40kg
Inspired By

Isamu Noguchi

Isamu Noguchi, an American-Japanese sculptor and designer. One of 20th century’s most important figure in the field. He is known for his architecture and furniture designs because of his unique style of integrating Japanese aesthetics with Western modernism. Noguchi was a mid-century designer known for his works that has challenged the boundaries of art and design. He gained acclaim when his biomorphic interlocking stone sculptures were included in “14 Americans” at the Museum of Modern Art in 1946. His extraordinary projects were now the subject of style furniture due to the inherent dichotomies in his works and many style furniture inspired by his designs are now available in the market. He designed numerous award-winning furniture like the noguchi sculpture, noguchi floor lamps and the well renowned noguchi coffee table to name a few. With more than six decades of brilliant career under his belt, Noguchi has left an amazing legacy.

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