Isamu Noguchi was more a sculptor than a designer, his sculptural style justified the shaping language of the organic design of the fifties. Noguchi spectacular Freeform Sofa from 1946 is quite different from other designs of its time.
Sofa and Ottoman seem like a sculpture of flat, oversized river pebbles, but they are very dynamic and light because of their slim organic form. The Freeform sofa and the accompanying ottoman were only produced in very small numbers in 1950. The few surviving copies today achieve record prices at design and art auctions.
Finish: wooden frame beech, feet natural maple or walnut colored stained reference Soft (75% wool, 25% viscose) removable, available in 8 colors