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Entries in staircase (63)

Monday
Jun162014

Stalking 1

Sunshine streams in through the stairwell of this teeny, tiny Paddington, Sydney home. Stylish living in a sp[ace that is barely 3.5m wide. It's the tiny gems I like the most when I'm real estate stalking. Link here while it lasts.

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Monday
Jun092014

Haptic Architects

London and Oslo based Haptic Architects have reached into the unused loft above this top floor Olso apartment to create a light filled home. Vertical lines heighten the space while positive and negative space define the areas in otherwise open plan living. File away the staircase in your inspiration folders. Yes I know not to code in many countries but a work of art, a domestic sculpture. Inspiration doesn't always have to be practical. A dream, a fleeting thought. A joy. Like the fireplace in the kitchen. The true hearth in the home.

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Wednesday
May282014

The staircase

Returning from Brazil in the late 19th century Portuguese migrants brought not only new wealth but architectural influences from their adopted country. Who would have known that a chi chi alpine chalet design would have been popular in Brazil at the time? Fast forward to the 21st century and the"Chalé das Três Esquinas" (Three Cusps Chalet) in Braga, Portugal was in desperate need of repair. Tiago do Vale Arquitectos have breathed new life into the crumbling building with a lightness, a transparency that is defined by the sinuous original staircase that rises through the newly opened spaces. A modern work and live space in a reborn historic building.

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Thursday
May222014

Workspace

Beautiful and inspiring. The perfect spot to put pen to paper and create even more beautiful and inspiring spaces. From the portfolio of architect Virginia Kerridge.

Tuesday
May132014

Phooey

The Cubo House, additions to a heritage listed double storey building by Melbourne architecture firm Phooey. Why Cubo? "The project applies the surrealist technique of “Cubomania” to catalogue, re-use & re-invent the demolished building materials." The stand out feature of the new space? The staircase which spirals up and down through three levels topped by a creative re-use chandelier.

Photography by Peter Bennetts.

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