i have to admit to being the fortunate owner of a few (okay, pretty many) pairs of christian louboutin shoes. my taste in shoes parallels my taste in furniture. simple, classic, yet modern designs. silhouette pieces.
christian louboutin | simple pumps 70mm
christian louboutin | ron ron zeppa 85mm
photo credits christian louboutin
‘a shoe is a shape, first and foremost:
if its structure is good, it can be enriched with all manner of details,
a house is the same.’
photo credit showstudio
christian louboutin is renovating his house in paris. as part of the renovation, he is installing pyramid shaped skylights that were inspired by the silhouette of parisian rooftops. the pyramid skylights that enrich the structure of his house could be compared to the spikes that enhance the shape of his shoes. a trend setting, yet classic detail.
spikes also enhance the shape of jonathan browning’s anjou table. it seems that shoe shapes and furniture silhouettes are actually quite similar.
christian louboutin renovating his house in paris
jonathan browning | anjou cocktail table
christian louboutin | fifi spikes 120mm
photo credits todd selby | jonathan browning | christian louboutin
holly hunt | peso side table
holly hunt | peso side tables
christian louboutin | bana 140 mm
photo credits holly hunt | christian louboutin
nendo for cappellini | ribbon stools
nendo for cappellini | ribbon stool
christian louboutin | june 100 mm
photo credits cappellini | nendo | christian louboutin
india madhavi bishop stools | hyde park townhouse | london, united kingdom | interior design by shh
india madhavi | bishop stools
christian louboutin | flo 120 mm
photo credits shh | india madhavi | christian louboutin
do you think that the similarities are striking?