Three legs is certainly sufficient to keep a table sturdy, especially in the case of the Noguchi Rudder Table that's been given something resembling a sailboat centerboard. This modern movable is an adaptation of a retro 1949 original by Isamu Noguchi, updated structurally and texturally to complement the contemporary home.
You can order the asymmetrical coffee table in either ebony, walnut or white ash wood, making up the irregular flat surface and that special fin-like prop. The other two braces have been manufactured from hairpin bent chrome material to offer the illusion of wide-set supports and to reinforce the rounded aesthetic of the Noguchi Rudder Table. Even with its abstract form, this piece of furniture can really bring balance to a room.