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The Noguchi Table, also called the TriBeCa table marks its presence in volumes; it is easily recognizable as one of the midcentury’s most renowned tables. So when placed in a room, it instantly becomes the focal point, as a glass coffee table and as an outlandish one, especially. But there are other spaces in the room that prove to be welcoming for the Noguchi table. The Noguchi Table is composed of glass and rosewood, but it need not stand with like materials... Read More
The TriBeCa Table, also called the Noguchi table replica, is a faithful reproduction of one of the most recognizable tables having sprung from the midcentury. Designed by Isamu Noguchi, a popular American artist and landscape architect whose career had a 20-year run, the Noguchi Table has a notable history. The circumstances of the midcentury were not favorable to the half-Japanese Noguchi in that anti-Japanese sentiment was peaking in the 1940s. Despite the odds against him, Noguchi managed to design sculptures and furniture that had made him one of the most remarkable designers in the midcentury modern movement... Read More
The Noguchi table replica, a reproduction of the beloved glass coffee table designed by midcentury visionary Isamu Noguchi has got something special. The “it” factor. In furniture design, it is truly an asset to have a piece of furniture that completes a room effortlessly, with little need for ornamentation or frills. The Noguchi table has this it factor, with its minimalist yet avante guard design. The Noguchi table stands on two legs, yet the conjoined structure of these legs creates a kind of asymmetry, often inciting much curiosity and wonder over their nonstandard form. The transparent glass top of the table helps with tis even more, as the legs can easily be seen, their quirk of structure and beauty of their fine wood on full display... Read More
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