Based on sculptor Isamu Noguchi’s distinctive 1948 table design, our mid-century modern coffee table draws on his characteristic balance of form and function. The table is made up of three pieces, two solid interlocking wooden legs and a ½-inch plate glass top. The table measures 16 inches high, 47.5 inches wide, and 33.5 inches deep. Its solid wooden base is available in red oak, cherry, red lacquer, white oak, walnut, black lacquer, and figured maple (see image).
Each piece is custom made-to-order—please allow 6-8 weeks. Shipping arranged separately with designer. I offer standard crating and white glove delivery (pricing will vary). For more information, please email below.
Width: 47.5 in. , Height: 16.0 in. , Depth: 33.5 in.
Vincent Chicone is a third generation woodworker—he grew up in a cabinetshop, developing his craft under the guidance of his father and grandfather, both finish carpenters. He creates bench-made Windsors in a range of period designs with traditional colonial wood working tools as well as reproduction historic furniture, custom cabinetry, and architectural millwork. His shop, Chicone Cabinetmakers, is nestled in the heart of the Finger Lakes—an area that teems with native hardwoods. Vincent takes advantage of this local resource by producing his chairs and benches out of regionally harvested trees. Vincent is interested in the development of regional furniture forms and the unique style signatures of historic cabinetmakers. He brings his personal interest in historic design, development, and process to all of his projects.