The Isamu Noguchi Rudder Table
This classic table authorized by the Isamu Noguchi Foundation was originally created in 1949. Herman Miller has reintroduced as an outstanding example of the noted artist-designer’s skillful use of deceptively simple organic forms to create highly functional and beautiful furniture. The table’s name stems from the character of its single wood leg support, which is reminiscent of a ship’s rudder. Paired with two metal hairpin legs, the table seems to visually rest on the rudder leg, lending a visual lightness and grace to the whole. The Rudder Table is made of walnut, ebony or white ash, with chrome hairpin legs.
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