Coffee Table by Vitra

Coffee Table


Designer Isamu Noguchi
Launched in 1944
Architonic id 1155115

Request catalogue
PDF catalogues
Price request
Distribution partners
CAD Download
Send page
Print page
Save page
Noguchi designed the first version of this table, with a glass top resting on interconnected rosewood supports, for the private residence of MoMA president A. Conger Goodyear during the 1930s. In a modified design from 1944, which reflected his great interest in sculptural, biomorphic structures, Noguchi transformed the original idea into a base consisting of two identical wooden elements, one of which is reversed and pinned to the other at a right angle. The Coffee Table has been produced for the US market by Herman Miller since 1947; the Vitra Design Museum began production for the European market in 2002. It is regarded today as one of Noguchi’s best-known designs.

Varnished solid wood base, 19 mm glass top with rounded edges

Designer: Isamu Noguchi

More More
Vitra | The latest products
Where to buy

Architonic partner retailers in your area who distribute this manufacturer

Select a country

and a city/region

or enter a postcode

Architonic partner agents and importers for this manufacturer