A Look at Staircases
Whether you're going up or going down, an artfully constructed staircase never takes you in the wrong direction. Take a look at some of our favorite examples, taken from our photo library from issues past.
For his renovated apartment inside a nineteenth-century palace in Vilnius, Lithuania, architect Rytis Mikulionis designed a white steel staircase to lead from the living area up to the bedroom platform. He assembled it by bending thick sheets of metal and applying thin boards of stained oak. It rises about seven feet and has no banisters. Read the full article here.