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Electric Socket Leg

Adaptation is interpreted through design for the Electric Socket Leg -- a unique home accessory which can be connected in different ways to respond to a wide array of applications.

By: Studioroom906

Architecture-Page | Electric Socket Leg by Studioroom906
View of the Electric Socket Leg.

Project Details

  • Project Name: Electric Socket Leg
  • Project Type: Home Accessory Design
  • Principal Designer: Nicolas Cheng
  • Date of commencement of project: February 2005
  • Date of completion of project: May 2005
  • Usage environment: Home/ Office
  • Dimensions: Height 550mm Width 10mm Depth 10mm

Architecture-Page | Electric Socket Leg by Studioroom906
View of the different styles available in the range and their applications.

The Product

The Electric Socket Leg adapts to different kinds of furniture providing additional support to them.

To fit various types of furniture, different socket legs can be connected together creating new and strangely beautiful objects.

The wire wraps around the leg to look like a part of the pattern, thus tidying up its appearance.

The whole series includes 10 styles of different shapes and sizes.

The user can choose any combination to fit their furniture or use them to create a new table leg socket.


  • Text: Courtesy of the designer
  • Photographs: Courtesy of the designer
  • Compiled and edited by Manish Mehta

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