The Noguchi Table
As seen in: The The Skin I Live In, Hollywood, Moon is Blue
Designer: Isamu Noguchi
Isamu Noguchi was an American-Japanese sculptor, artist, and designer. His designs are a combination of sculpture and innovation, at the same time a work of art that needs to be understood and appreciated.
The Noguchi table in black ebony wood was created in 1944, seen in Hollywood. The base is the sculptural element that would be the perfect centerpiece in your living room. One look and you will see a three-dimensional view. The thick glass with no edges complements the smooth shape of the base.
A Noguchi table replica is available with almost the same dimensions and features. A tempered glass top with a solid cherry wood base that has refined curves. Modern technology was able to produce a table at a fraction of the original’s price.