Images Publishing, 2006 - Architecture - 224 pages
Often found at the heart of a building, stairs still represent fundamental circulation spaces despite the prevalence of and necessity for lifts in more recent building designs. This new publication takes a detailed look at an incredible range of stair designs and reveals that stairs can provide more than just the transition from one level to another. For example, they may also be the focal point in a home, a decorative feature in a public building or a practical circulation space in an office block.
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