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Item No. 132299

Noguchi Prismatic Table

$765.00
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Item No. 132299

Noguchi Prismatic Table

$765.00
1 Color
White
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  • Small but sturdy.
  • Black or white.
  • Authentic Noguchi.
  • 15" H 16" W 16" D
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Designed by Isamu Noguchi for Vitra
Noguchi Prismatic Table
$765.00
Pure geometry — Made of three independent pieces of aluminum joined together, Prismatic exemplifies pure geometric design. The eye-catching three-legged table works well alongside a sofa or armchair and adds a point of interest to a hall or entryway.
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Aluminum origami

Evoking the Japanese art of origami, Isamu Noguchi’s Prismatic Table (1957) features carefully bent and folded angles that lend dimension and a sense of solidity to the design. Small but sturdy, it's a crisp and classic side or end table. This is the first time the three-legged version of the table has been produced; it is artfully manufactured by the Vitra Design Museum in collaboration with the Isamu Noguchi Foundation.
  • Small but sturdy.
  • Black or white.
  • Authentic Noguchi.
Brand Vitra
General Dimensions
  • 15" H 16" W 16" D
Product Weight 9 lbs
Box Dimensions
  • 15.5" H 19.75" W 16.5" D
Assembly Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Noguchi Prismatic Table

  • Height (in): 15
  • Width (in): 16
  • Depth (in): 16
  • Weight (lbs): 9
  • Powder-coated aluminum
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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