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|Style: Modern||Distressed: No|
|Top Material: Glass||Base Material: Wood|
|Solid Wood Construction: No||Design: Table|
|Shape: Free form||Legs Included: Yes|
|Glass Component: Yes|
|Product Warranty: Wayfair also backs a 1-Year Herman Miller Manufacturer Warranty. Should you experience any problems with your Noguchi Table, Herman Miller will cover the cost of fixing it for you within this time period.|
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Noguchi table is a piece of art
JC from MD– Verified Buyer
What can I say that hasn't been mentioned in other reviews. I waited for several months for the semi-annual Herman Miller sale to purchase this table and it was worth the wait. The Noguchi table is beautiful and well made. If you apply some force to the edge, the table will wobble a bit but it is structurally sound in contrast to the what I've read about the knockoffs that sell for a fraction of the price. My active two year old has climbed on top of it and we've had no issues with it.
Linda from Poway, CA– Verified Buyer
My father had the original Noguchi table when he and mom were first married. They sold it when they moved to California and he never stopped talking about it for forty years. I love its simple elegance so I purchased it for my own living room. Dad was so thrilled to see this wonderful table once again. This time in my house.
Willemina from Pacific Palisades, CA– Verified Buyer
I have wanted this table for years. In fact I almost bought a replica a few years ago. I held out though for the real thing and I'm so happy I did. It is a complete joy to look at and for such an artsy piece it is entirely functional -- you can even configure it differently. It is the perfect size for a small or big space. I highly recommend this piece to anyone who is considering it.
The best quality
Nancy from Seattle, WA– Verified Buyer
It's a beautiful design. I got the black lacquered version which accentuates the curves on the legs. It's a very large table and I'm glad I had the room for it. I shopped a long time to be sure that I wanted to spring the bucks. There is a certain time of year that Noguchi goes on sale--I think it's in November which gives a good savings.
Johanna from Great Falls, MT– Verified Buyer
This table is the best ever--both artistic and functional--like having an elegant sculpture in my living room.
Carol from New York, NY– Verified Buyer
beautiful, elegant and easy to assemble. The walnut finish is quite light in color.
Very modern coffee table
Cindy from Arnegard, ND– Verified Buyer
I love love love this table! Very modern the glass is very heavy and the designers name can be seen . There are a lot of copy cat tables designed after this, but I like the original designer furniture . I am very proud to own this and show it in my contemporary home
AG from Teaneck, NJ– Verified Buyer
Great, classic, table. We got it in black. It was very easy to assemble using the included instructions. Timeless. Looks great in the room.
eunjung from college station, TX– Verified Buyer
Simplicity, elegance, fits with contemporary and mountain home styles.
Linda from Sausalito, CA– Verified Buyer
Always loved these table. These are the original Herman miller signed ones and worth the money. Excellent!
About the Designer
Isamu Noguchi United States (1904 - 1988)
Isamu Noguchi, born in 1904 in Los Angeles to the Japanese poet Yone Noguchi and the American writer Leonie Gilmour, studied at Columbia University and the Leonardo da Vinci Art School. He subsequently established his first independent studio and received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1927. He then worked as an assistant to Constantin Brancusi in Paris and presented his first solo exhibition in New York. He studied brush drawing in China and worked with ceramics under Jinmatsu Uno in Japan. His experiences living and working in different cultural circles are reflected in his work as an artist. Isamu Noguchi is considered a universal talent with a creative oeuvre that went beyond sculpture to encompass stage sets, furniture, lighting, interiors as well as outdoor plazas and gardens. His sculptural style is indebted to a vocabulary of organic forms and exerted a sustained influence on the design of the 1950s. “My father, Yone Noguchi, is Japanese and has long been known as an interpreter of the East to the West, through poetry. I wish to fulfill my heritage”, he wrote in his proposal for a Guggenheim Fellowship. Isamu Noguchi died in New York in 1988.
OUR SKU # HML1169Noguchi Table is also sometimes listed under the following manufacturer numbers: IN50/A2, IN50/CX, IN50/E3, IN50/OU