Mazama HouseContemporary Staircase, Seattle
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The staircase is an integral part of the architecture and creates a crafted modern connection between the two levels via the railings. They are water-jet-cut steel panels topped with sapele wood handrails. The treads are 1½-inch-thick quarter-sawn red oak. This is a good example of how Finne’s design work in furniture crosses over into architecture and vice versa; he originally designed the pattern for an end table.