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Geometric shapes folded to make a geometric structure. This creates an interesting structure which could be very versatile. I see this structure as being a crazy shelving unit within an interior to shelf small products for the customer to view.



Design studio Dsignio has come out with a new hydraulic tile for Harmony-Peronda that lets you play around with the design simply by rotating the tile.

Origami Stair by Bell Phillips architects

Origami Stair by Bell Phillips is made of folded stainless steel and framed with a glass balustrade. Very modern. Love the metal and glass contrast. It allows lots of light through, whilst still being strong structurally.

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INTERIOR AMMM by architecture, via Behance - Narrow vanity alongside the tub. This is what we have only our sink is centered (way too close to the toilet). I was having trouble finding images of off center sinks in this configuration.

"Sensualscaped" stairs - by Atmos Studio

"Sensualscaped" stairs

London architect Alex Haw of Atmos Studio designed this sculptural wooden staircase Art Nouveau style. The organic lines makes this stair an.

Curved staircase around indoor firepit with a 3000 bottle glass encased wine cellar in West Vancouver #blurrdMEDIA #architecture #photography

Curved staircase around indoor firepit with a 3000 bottle glass encased wine cellar in West Vancouver. Even though I don't go for modern, this appeals to me

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Hi-Con Staircases The Hi-Con Staircases exploit the unique mechanical and aesthetic qualities of high performance concrete. High performance concrete is a new generation of steel reinforced concrete, which allows very slender and minimalistic stair

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The Infinite Staircase sculpture titled Umschreibung was designed by Olafur Eliasson. The staircase can be found at the entrance of the KPMG office building in Munich, Germany. Photo taken by Christian Krieglsteiner.