Item No. 375719

Noguchi Free Form Ottoman

C$ 4,295.00
Item No. 375719

Noguchi Free Form Ottoman

C$ 4,295.00
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  • 13.5" H 27.5" W 48" D
Detailed Dimensions

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5-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Designed by Isamu Noguchi for Herman Miller
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Noguchi Free Form Ottoman
C$ 4,295.00
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Details

Foremost a sculptor, Isamu Noguchi softened the edge of 20th-century modernism with his satisfyingly organic furniture designs. His sought-after classic Free Form Sofa and Ottoman (1946) have been newly reissued by the Vitra Design Museum in partnership with the Isamu Noguchi Foundation. A statement-making piece, the sofa has a grandly scaled, open form that accommodates multiple people. The design is lightly padded and provides a firm seating surface for public spaces and formal living rooms. The ottoman nestles into the sofa's curved form to function as a footrest, perch or table. Low, rounded maple legs in either a walnut-stained or natural finish lend a sense of animation. Anthracite fabric upholstery features walnut-stained legs; green and light grey feature natural maple finished legs. The sofa and ottoman are part of a serial edition and feature numbered plates of authenticity. Covers are removable for dry-cleaning. Made in Germany.
Brand
Herman Miller
General Dimensions
  • 13.5" H 27.5" W 48" D
Product Weight
20 lbs
Box Dimensions
  • 30" H 14" W 48" D
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
5-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Noguchi Free Form Ottoman

Noguchi Free Form Ottoman

  • Height (in): 13.5
  • Width (in): 27.5
  • Depth (in): 48
  • Weight (lbs): 20
  • Walnut legs
  • Nylon web suspension
  • High-density foam cushion
  • Worsted wool upholstery
Isamu Noguchi

Isamu Noguchi

Perhaps more than any other midcentury master, Isamu Noguchi blurred the lines between public and personal, between art and design. His career was defined by experimenting, learning and creating. “You can find out how to do something and then do it,” he said, “or do something and then find out what you did.”

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