In the mid-1950s, designer and landscape architect Isamu Noguchi began experimenting with aluminum, a material that had become fashionable in interior design. In 1957, he conceived the Prismatic Side table, a design composed of three folded pieces of aluminum fastened together to create a hexagonal top that transitions into three legs. After developing several monochromatic variations, he designed these three versions in arrangements of three different shades of gray. Singularly, the Prismatic Side Table is a striking addition to your living room. Grouped together, several tables reveal kaleidoscope-like patterns. The Isamu Noguchi Prismatic Side Table is made of powder-coated aluminum and measures 14.75h x 16.25w x 16.25"d. Each table is sold separately. Both Isamu Noguchi and Vitra, the table’s manufacturer, have work in MoMA’s collection.
Size14.75h x 16.25w x16.25"d
MaterialPowder Coated Sheet Aluminum
Year of Design1957
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