Ja wer sagt's denn, immer mal wieder eine Entdeckung. Sieht mächtig nach Inspiration von Art Nouveau aus, aber ja also das würde mir in meiner Wohnung sehr gefallen..
Dieses Kind wurde von Atmos Studio kreiert. Geniessen wir es:
The most striking element to the whole interior is this stylish organic staircase design that was created by Atmos design studio. Its organic shape and texture give a big inspirations for those who looking for unusual staircase ideas to décor their home. These stairs are designed for one of their residential projects. The staircase was entirely digitally fabricated using an intricate set of simply-cut but highly-detailed flat-pack elements, CNC-carving sheets of MDF and oak directly from our drawings, engraving depths to further split structural strands into ever-finer lineaments, producing elements that perfectly slot together like an architectural jigsaw.
The staircase features the structural flow of the living spaces, incorporating the pattern of the house’s skirting board into its form. The staircase appears to be constantly changing as one travels through it.
Description from Atmos studio:
These stairs for a residential project (080 – 23MR) took us in an important new direction, harnessing digital production and fabrication to form a seamless and deeply sculptural experience. This page documents a component that we felt was rich enough in detail to merit further exploration and explanation.
The stair is a continuation and intensification of the simple graphic skirting board lines that trace their way through the house. As they turn the corner into the stair void, they expand like a genie released from a lamp, curling and separating and bifurcating from the wall to form the delicate edge of the stair treads, lifting into the air to rise as the veil of the balustrade. This veil hangs gently from above as a series of thin paired threads, softly pulled back at the entry to allow movement past, gently splaying around the corner to meet and carry the arriving visitor onwards & upwards.
The timber edges of each tread tip curl into and up this balustrade wall, snaking upwards to merge into the handrail before trailing downwards once more, merging as handrail and twisting to blend back into the lowest tread. Each edge of tread then converges to blend back into the muter wall opposite, merging into a diagonal splay of lines that compress back into the skirting trim of the rooms below. The pattern of the parquet flooring subtly rotates across each step to mediate the grain of the floors above and below.
Na, hier sind ja noch mehr Fötteli und erst noch in perfekter Grösse....