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Arne jacobsen, aarhus town hall 1937 1942 (by seier+seier) in Cool Things made with Wood

Costa Esmeralda House by BAK Arquitectos  Poured concrete

Image 27 of 43 from gallery of Costa Esmeralda House / BAK Architects. Courtesy of BAK Architects

Vackra spiraltrappor

18 hisnande vackra spiraltrappor som lika gärna kunde ha varit tavlor

Also for Secret Language...   ..rh

They All Came to Party and There's Four to Every Stall, It Gets Frustrating, Just Pissing on This Wall, Seems Like There's Another Story Banging Around Every Step You Fake

Beautiful victorian cast iron spiral staircase in Kew Gardens, Sussex, England (by Erasmus T).Stairs at Kew Gardens, London, England

Blue stairway

love the color scheme. the soft gray marble stairs with the blue paint and golden/black rails. lovely-pin it by

Steps Steps Steps

Brilliant ramp-in-staircase at Robson Square, Vancouver, Canada by Architect Arthur Erickson and Landscape Designer Cornelia Oberlander.

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Shadow: I liked this photo because the shadow of the stairs created a pattern between the shadows and the light shinning through on the wall behind the stairs. Creating a cool effect.

I want to put a second story addition on our house just so we can have one of these!

I LOVE THIS IDEA! If I build a 2 story house I want this staircase & slide. This fun isn't just for the kids! The one change I would make to it would be less stairs &/or further spaced apart.

15 unique, modern and creative staircase designs

15 unique, modern and creative staircase designs

Ten most amazing and beautiful Stairs. From Escher-esque leanings of Architects’ pseudo-spiral staircase and the grandeur of London City Hall to the modern minimalism of Ecole’s steel stairs and the log cabin feel of Alberto Mozó’s creation.

Victor Horta (belga, 1861 – 1947). Hôtel Tassel (1894), arquitetura. Art Nouveau.  Primeiro edifício do movimento. Linha orgânica, harmônica, com formas curvas, ênfase à luminosidade, decoração, ornamentação e estrutura. Utilização ousada de novos materiais como ferro, aço, vidro e madeira.

“Reiner Lautwein, Staircase of the Hotel Tassel in Brussels, Belgium, 1999 ( The Hotel is entirely designed by Victor Horta).

Railing be damned...

Casa Cliv / OYO

Future House, Futuristic Architecture, Future Home, House Cliv / OYO_ Wild staircase: metal painted orange, modern interior