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Design Isamu Noguchi, 1946
Maple legs, beechwood frame, 100% wool upholstery
Made in Germany by Vitra
"Everything is sculpture. Any material, any idea without hindrance born into space, I consider sculpture." -Isamu Noguchi
Noguchi 's sculptural style exerted a lasting influence on the whole organic design language of the 1950s. In co-operation with the Isamu Noguchi Foundation, the Vitra Design Museum presents the rare Freeform Sofa which up until now has been impossible to find. This exquisite example of mid-century biomorphic form was designed by Isamu Noguchi in 1946 for Herman Miller. Only a few were made at the time and the rare originals achieve record prices at auction. Made to the exact specifications of the original by the Vitra Design Museum under license from the Noguchi Foundation, the sofa is perfect for living rooms and also ideal for commercial applications in hotels, boutiques and reception areas.
sofa: 118" L | 51.25" w | 28.25" d
ottoman: 47.25" L | 28" w | 13.5" d