Design Trends

Floating Freely

We explore the waterfall counter concept in this first extra from our November 'Design Trends.'

BY October 31, 2016


Richard Geary makes marble float by extending the freestanding island’s gravity-defying Calacatta marble past the cabinetry edge before plunging into a waterfall. Even the breakfast bar in this private residence has a cantilevered marble top. Both are fashioned from sequentially matched teak and feature custom-made hardware and book-matched Calacatta tops. Geary created the teak Z stool with stainless steel foot pegs. Four Cab stools by Mario Bellini for Cassina cozy up to the breakfast bar under Pablo LED pendants. The kitchen floor’s 40-square-inch Roman basalt tiled floors melds into adjoining polished concrete.


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