Hanging Stair by Blencowe Levine


photos by Ioana Marinescu

We often use the phrase "tread lightly"; Anglo-Canadian architects Christopher Blencowe and Judith Levine take it literally with these treads that don't even touch. It is an interesting solution to a standard problem in renovations and additions- do to try and make everything the same or make a statement about the addition being of a different time? ::Blencoe Levine Associates via ::Materialicious, where Justin shows another neat stair by MVRDV.

See other strange stairs at Less is More: Aaron Tang's Wall Stairs, Bigger Better Bookcase Stair , Stairs as Storage and Alternating Tread Stairs: A Roundup

Tags: Architecture

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