Focusing in on the often-overlooked feet, these furniture pieces recall German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s now famous phrase ‘God is in the Details’.
Interior designer India Mahdavi’s indoor/outdoor ‘Parrot’ table for French brand Petite Friture is characterized by its striking red asterisk-shaped foot
Available in chrome and painted finishes, the signature cast aluminum leg of Barber Osgerby’s ‘Asymmetric’ sofa for Knoll takes center stage.
Almost ten years old, BD Barcelona’s ‘Multileg’ cabinet by Spanish designer Jaime Hayon is available with a dozen different leg designs, each inspired by different design styles from across the ages.
The feet are the focus of Swedish studio TAF’s ‘Trotters’ line. Choose from a series of interchangeable Kolmården green marble or solid birch feet and a choice of dark grey, light grey, white and natural matte finishes.
The feet of the Rockwell collection by London-based brand The Water Monopoly are available in a choice of four 1950s-inspired pastel tones including blue, green, grey and lilac, as well as a bright orange and red, a classic black, white and five metal finishes. The color options are interchangeable and can be mixed and matched to compliment or contrast with the bathroom’s interior scheme.