Coffee Table by Noguchi 1960/70s
This is a coffee table designed by the Japanese American designer - Isamu Noguchi from the 1960s/70s.
The table is very simple in the design. It is constructed using two indentical pieces of wood, hinged together with a rod to form the base, and a large freeform triangular glass top.
A quote from the Herman Miller website said:
His Favorite Furniture Design
In a long lifetime of creative work, Isamu Noguchi designed gardens and plazas, fountains and murals, furniture and paper lamps, and stage sets for modern dance pioneer Martha Graham. But he said that of all the furniture designs he created, the table that bears his name represented his only true success.
I can't say that this table was made by Herman Miller, because I have no proof, but it is built to the same measurements and specifications.
The piece is in very good condition, conducive to its age and use. There are no chips to the edge of the glass.
Delivery can be arranged to any part of the country. As a guide, delivery to London and most parts of England would be £80. We use an experienced carrier that is well used to moving antique furniture with the appropriate care. Collection is, of course, welcome.
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The measurements are 50 inches (127 cm) wide, 36 inches (92 cm) deep, and 15¾ inches (40 cm) high. The glass is ¾ inch (20 cm) thick.