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Noguchi Prismatic Table

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F_2445The Prismatic Table was the last piece of furniture designed by Isamu Noguchi. Inspired by the Japanese paper folding art of origami, it is made from folded aluminium, and was originally designed for Alcoa as part of their advertising of new uses for aluminium in 1957.

The table has been put into production for the first time by Vitra Design Museum in collaboration with the Isamu Noguchi Foundation and is available to buy at most of the usual online retailers.

Pink Apple Designs are selling it for £239 and it is available in black or white.

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