Fancy Footwork: Contract Trend

Fancy Footwork: Contract Trend

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’.

Parrot by India Mahdavi for Petite Friture_1

Interior designer India Mahdavi’s indoor/outdoor ‘Parrot’ table for French brand Petite Friture is characterized by its striking red asterisk-shaped foot


Curling_armchair_by BarberOsgerby for Knoll

Available in chrome and painted finishes, the signature cast aluminum leg of Barber Osgerby's 'Asymmetric' sofa for Knoll takes center stage.Showtime_Multileg_cabinet_by_Jaime Hayon for BD_Barcelona

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.


Trotters by TAF_1

The feet are the focus of Swedish studio TAF’s ‘Trotters’ line. Choose from a series of interchangeable KolmÃ¥rden green marble or solid birch feet and a choice of dark grey, light grey, white and natural matte finishes.

The Rockwell collection by The Water Monopoly

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.

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