This elegant example of mid-century biomorphic form was designed by Isamu Noguchi in 1946. Only a few were produced at the time and rare originals fetched record prices at auctions.
Produced 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.
Noguchi’s sculptural style had a lasting influence on the entire organic design language of the 1950s. In collaboration with the Isamu Noguchi Foundation, the Vitra Design Museum presents the rare Freeform Sofa, until now impossible to find.
Frame: solid beech
Body and cushions: wooden frame with polyurethane foam
Legs: solid maple, natural veneer or walnut