Noguchi Cyclone Dining Table
Originally designed in 1953, the Noguchi Cyclone Dining Table has undergone several changes to become the popular table it is today. It was originally conceived by Noguchi in 1953 as a rocking stool, and manufactured in several sizes solely as a playful object. It later evolved into a table to be paired with children's chairs. Finally in 1957, it was enlarged to full size. The Noguchi Cyclone Dining Table is a high quality reproduction of this full sized table, offering a stunning and functional addition to the modern home.
Noguchi is known for the variety of styles in his work, ranging from realistic to abstract. He refused to commit to a particular style, because he wanted to constantly learn and discover. Noguchi also worked with a wide variety of materials and considered it his job to as a sculptor to give space shape, order and meaning, and that art should disappear by perfectly integrating into its surroundings.
The Noguchi Cyclone Dining Table features a plywood top with your choice of a black or white melamine finish. Its top is met by your choice of powder coated steel or stainless steel support rods and a carbon steel base.