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Kengo Kuma designs sculptural metal-mesh curtain for Gaudí’s Casa Battló

August 3, 2021 Alyn Griffiths 0
A stairwell inside Casa Battló

Kengo Kuma and Associates has used 164,000 metres of aluminium chains to create this curtain that references the organic forms found inside Barcelona’s renovated Casa Battló. The intervention by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma’s studio is part of an extensive renovation of the house designed by the famous Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí in 1904. Casa Battló

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Perkins&Will designs interiors with “sense of connectivity” for healthcare office in Texas

July 24, 2021 Jon Astbury 0
Signify office interior by Perkins&Will

Architecture firm Perkins&Will has completed an office interior in Dallas, Texas for healthcare provider Signify, centred around a large steel staircase and tiered wooden platform for meetings. The global practice, which has an office in Dallas, was approached to create a 13,700-square-metre workplace that would emphasise collaboration, connectivity and transparency while catering to a wide

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Space4Architecture adds skylight staircase to minimal Brooklyn townhouse

July 9, 2021 Jane Englefield 0

New York studio Space4Architecture has brought natural light into a townhouse in Brooklyn’s Carroll Gardens neighbourhood by adding a staircase topped with a skylight. Called Verandah Place Townhouse, the Brooklyn home is a late 1800s carriage house – an outbuilding originally built for horse-drawn carriages. Space4Architecture was tasked with transforming the house’s interiors for a

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OYO Architects positions spiral staircase at the heart of brick and concrete House Dede

May 22, 2021 Alyn Griffiths 0
A wooden spiral staircase winds through the home

OYO Architects has completed a house on the site of an old barn in Drongen, Belgium, featuring a cross-shaped plan with a spiral staircase at its centre. Local studio OYO Architects was approached to design a family home for a rural plot in Drongen, which is a district within the city of Ghent. House Dede

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Tommy Rand’s self-build house features a CNC-cut spiral staircase

March 18, 2021 Amy Frearson 0
Spiral staircase in Tommy Rand house in Denmark

Danish architect and developer Tommy Rand has built a house for himself and his family in Denmark, featuring a spiral staircase made from 630 pieces of CNC-cut plywood. Located on the outskirts of Aarhus, the two-storey house was designed with minimalism in mind. It comprises five rectilinear blocks of different sizes and proportions, arranged together

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Kelly Wearstler creates sculptural oak staircase for hotel in Austin

March 5, 2021 India Block 0
Austin Proper Hotel staircase

Interior designer Kelly Wearstler included eye-catching details such as vintage rugs and a white oak staircase that doubles as a ceramics display in her design for the Austin Proper Hotel and Residences. Built in 2019 by New York firm Handel Architects, the 32-storey hotel and apartments managed by McGuire Moorman Hospitality is located in Downtown

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Sky-blue cafe in Buffalo features “Alice in Wonderland” staircase

February 14, 2021 Jane Englefield 0
Tipico Cafe in Buffalo

Canadian design duo Coryn Kempster and Julia Jamrozik have created a playful all-blue cafe in a century-old house in Buffalo, New York, with an optical illusion staircase. Named Tipico Coffee, the cafe’s identity was formed with the intention of designing a space that encourages social interactions and supports local craftsmanship. Reclaimed furniture and lighting made

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