TL015 White Noguchi cyclone dining table Design Isamu Noguchi
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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 porcelain-finished foot. 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. Available in black or white laminate top with exposed birch edge.
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Type: Dining Room Furniture
Specific Use: Dining Table
General Use: Home Furniture
Wood Style: Panel(/MDF)
Panel Type: MDF
Place of Origin: Guangdong, China (Mainland)
Brand Name: Nasida
Model Number: TL015
Size and packing:
Packaging Details: standard export K=K carton package with solid wooden frame outside or plywood frame outside
Delivery Detail: 7 to 25 days
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Isamu NoguchiA leading American sculptor strongly influenced by Japanese tradition, Noguchi was also widely known for his furniture for the Herman Miller Furniture Company and lighting for Knoll Associates. He was brought up in both countries and studied at the Leonardo da Vinci Art School in New York in 1924 before going to Paris to study under the sculptor Constantin Brancusi in Paris.
In the early 1930s he travelled to China and Japan, where he studied many aspects of oriental arts and crafts. In 1935 he designed sets for the choreographer Martha Graham’s ballet Frontier, working on further sets for Martha Graham productions in the 1940s.
Noguchi’s first furniture designs in rosewood and glass were for A. Conger Goodyear, the president of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, in 1939. Following in the spirit of his sculptures earlier in the 1930s, these were biomorphic in character. His furniture for Herman Miller included a glass-topped coffee table (designed c.1940), a rocking stool (c.1953), and a Formica-topped dining table using cast iron and steel rods to support its top (c.1953). Noguchi also produced an aluminium table for Alcoa in 1957.
From the mid-1940s he produced a series of table lamps for Knoll that took on something of the qualities of Japanese lanterns with simple translucent "shades" wrapped around simple geometric frames. Following a visit to Japan in 1951 he also began to explore the aesthetic possibilities of folding paper lanterns that were first produced under the name of Akari in the early 1960s.
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