Isamu Noguchi first conceived the Knoll Cyclone Dining Table in 1953 as a metal wire and wood rocking stool, but it soon evolved into this sculptural-based dining table. Knoll has reintroduced the design of these Cyclone Tables in collaboration with the Naguchi Foundation, and the result is a meticulous production from his original drawings. Knoll Cyclone Dining Tables are available in either a black or white laminate top, and are also available at side table height as the Knoll Cyclone Side Table.Read More...
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The Noguchi Cyclone Table is available in two top sizes, a 36" table top or a 42" table top.
Noguchi Tables come with a natural birch edge, 0.8" thick laminated top in your choice of black or white.
Large items like this one are shipped via freight truck directly from the manufacturer. Knoll offers free freight delivery to any commercial location with a loading dock that is accessible to a 53' trailer. If you do not have access to a loading dock, or if your items are being delivered to a residence, we are required to first ship the items to a local white glove delivery agent for assembly and inside delivery. If you are purchasing more than one item, we are able to offer discounted pricing on white glove assembly and delivery. Please call 1-800-531-3746 for details.
At the suggestion of Hans Knoll, the Knoll Space Cyclone Dining Table was born in 1957 from Isamu Naguchi's smaller wire and wood table, which itself had evolved from a rocking stool Noguchi had envisioned four years earlier. The result is a beautiful laminate top with a natural birch edge sitting atop a steel wire sculpture with cast iron base. These playfully-designed Noguchi Cyclone Tables are perfect for any dining setting.
|Table top diameter||36" - 42"|
|36" table weight||89 lbs|
|42" table weight||97 lbs|
Disclaimer: We do not accept cancellations or order revisions for any Knoll items ordered. See Knoll's No Cancellations or Revisions Policy for details.
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The designs of Isamu Noguchi can be seen in many arenas; he designed sets for the New York Ballet, large public sculptures, and furniture for many different manufacturers, including, of course, Knoll's Cyclone Dining Table. In fact, it was Hans Knoll who convinced Naguchi to enlarge his Cyclone Table to dining table size in 1957. Its playful design will enliven your dinner conversations for years to come.