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Item No. 100195107

Cyclone Side Table

Price reduced from $1,601.00 to $1,360.85
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Item No. 100195107

Cyclone Side Table

Price reduced from $1,601.00 to $1,360.85

1 Top
Black Laminate
Ebonized Walnut
Light Oak
Light Walnut
Rosewood
White Laminate
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  • 20" H 24" W 24" D
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Designed by Isamu Noguchi for Knoll®
Cyclone Side Table
Price reduced from $1,601.00 to $1,360.85
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Initially conceived as a rocking stool, Isamu Noguchi’s Cyclone Table (1954) – named for its playful shape – caught the attention of Hans Knoll, who thought it a perfect complement to the Bertoia wire collection. At the suggestion of Knoll, Noguchi adapted the stool into a table with a laminate or veneer top mounted on a distinctive base of steel wires set into a cast-iron foot. Made in U.S.A.
  • Dynamic cyclone-inspired profile.
  • Interesting combination of materials.
  • Isamu Noguchi’s signature stamped into top’s underside.
Brand Knoll®
General Dimensions
  • 20" H 24" W 24" D
Product Weight 31 lbs
Box Dimensions
  • 2.5" H 26.5" W 26.5" D
Assembly Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Cyclone Side Table

  • Height (in): 20
  • Width (in): 24
  • Depth (in): 24
  • Weight (lbs): 31
  • Laminate or veneer over birch plywood top
  • Chromed steel wire base
  • Powder-coated cast-iron foot
  • Nylon floor glides
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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