The Noguchi Museum was planned and worked by Japanese-American craftsman Isamu Noguchi. The 24,000-square-foot two-story historical center and its joined figure plant are situated in Long Island City, a piece from the Socrates Sculpture Park.
It was redesigned in 2004 and is currently open lasting through the year. In 1974, when he chose to fabricate an exhibition hall, Noguchi purchased a corner store and a photogravure plant found directly over the road from his studio in New York, where he had lived and worked since 1961. The exhibition hall opened to people in general in 1985 with the reason to feature and save Noguchi's figures, organize plans, structural models, illustrations, and furniture outlines. It at present has 12 displays and a blessing shop.