Isamu noguchi Studio Study
“The artist’s job, Noguchi believed, was to weave the past and the present together in furtherance of the future.”
Constructed from raw cinderblock and hand-cut lumber, it is an extraordinary statement of Noguchi’s equal embrace of not merely modern, but vernacular industrial aesthetics, and traditional Japanese craft. Like a traditional Japanese home, it features sliding screens, but with fiberglass panels in place of paper.
Plan Drawing In Noguchi’s Way
Conceptual Collage of Noguchi’s Queens Studio
all Based on Noguchi’s Drawings and Research on the Studio