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Winning design wooden staircase that seems almost alive
This incredible design wooden staircase designed by Atmos Studio Design for an apartment in London and is the winner of 2015 in the UK Award Wood. The scale is part of a larger structure made of wood, which creates a space in the room and also the name of the project.
Design Wooden Staircase - Winner of 2015 UK Timber Price
In one corner of the largest rooms nested wooden floor scale seems to be more and more like a giant branch and divides into smaller branches to the different stages. The wooden elements CNC machined move slightly in a spiral shape and shelves in the lower wall to the volume of window. The layers of wood seem to float in the air, while the metal structure that holds them together, or attached to the walls is almost invisible.
Wooden staircase design by Atmos Studio
The structure of the stairs, air life. Like a tree that has not stopped growing, and is forced to find a place in a confined space. The layers of wood that make up the stairs, go their own way against the wall, turned against corners and changes of direction continues. The thighs are closer and create the balustrade. The sinuous edge of each step and the parts that form the balustrade are dark wood like the rest of the passage. Contrast chiaroscuro accentuates the design that looks more like a sculpture as a functional scale. Surprising as it may seem, these configuration steps have been delivered from flat packs of wood and assembled on site in less than a day.
wooden elements were crushed by CNC technology
Railing thin branches