Noguchi Style Walnut Dining Table

  • The Noguchi table is a piece of modernist furniture first produced in the mid-20th century and has become one of the most distinguished pieces of furniture of the century. Introduced by Herman Miller in 1947, it was designed in the United States by artist and industrial designer Isamu Noguchi. Noguchi was a Japanese-American artist and landscape architect who’s been very successful in the arts since the early 20th century. His signature works grace Paris, Hiroshima, Jerusalem and places in the United States. Today, a museum dedicated solely to Isamu Noguchi’s works, called The Noguchi Museum is located in Queens, New York.

    This sophisticated Replica Walnut Dining Table is an icon of modern classic furniture originally designed for Conger Goodyear, President of the MoMa. This high quality reproduction is manufactured to almost exact same specifications as the original. The Noguchi table has a walnut wooden base composed of two identical curved wood pieces, and a heavy plate glass top.

    Fall in love with the curved lines running through the Noguchi Style Walnut Dining Table. With a clear tempered glass top, this dining table adds abstract art in a functional way in your dining room.

  • Overall Dimension: 30"H x 48"W x 29"D

    Overall Dimension: 30"H x 60"W x 29"D


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