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Trendy l-shaped open staircase photo in Seattle

Millennium Tower Loft- Stair caseContemporary Staircase, Seattle

Trendy l-shaped open staircase photo in Seattle —  Houzz
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Chimera Interior Design wrote:Nov 6, 2012
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    Hey John (and Jeannie) didn't realize you were 'browsing' Houzz. Great idea place. Too long since we got together....

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ericreinholdt
Eric Reinholdt, Architect added this to Design Workshop: Put Industrial Mesh to Work Around the HomeJul 13, 2014

ScrimsThe more open the fabric patterning, the more subtle the space-defining effects will be. I like how this fabric very minimally defines an entry and circulation space without the need for a partition wall. Very open wire fabric such as this requires special detailing to maintain tension and prevent sagging. The rod at the base accomplishes this in a visually minimal way.

lawrencekarol
Lawrence Karol added this to Expert Talk: Sculpture Helps Rooms Break the MoldJun 5, 2012

Fit a concept. "This sculpture was made at Porcelain Studio Klimenkoff, which was founded in 2003 and is located in Moscow," says Polina Zaika of MusaDesign Interior Design. "They specialize in producing one-of-a-kind hand-crafted porcelain creations, whose quality can be compared to those of Sevres, Meissen and the Imperial Porcelain Factory."She adds, "There's an architectural platform that contains metal beams and a metal screen that diffuses LED lights. Together, these elements create the perfect swimming pool for the sculpture. Our swimmer was originally part of a collection of design objects in a retail store. But it was absolutely perfect in terms of the scale and concept for this space."

shawngauthier
Shawn Gauthier added this to Not Your Usual AccessoriesJul 18, 2011

It’s doubtful a soul will walk past this staircase and not be drawn to this swimmer sculpture. It not only makes use of the oft forgotten-about space beneath the stairwell, but it fills it with an unexpected element. More unexpected art in home design

pangaea
Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR added this to Art: The UnexpectedJun 23, 2011

I'm not sure where this swimmer is heading, but he's going there fast. It makes perfect sense to place this unusual sculpture on the floor under this stairwell. If you were really standing next to a pool, you'd be looking down at him there too.

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jspann
jspann added this to NR-Landscape IdeasMay 1, 2019

Scrims - The more open the fabric patterning, the more subtle the space-defining effects will be. I like how this fabric very minimally defines an entry and circulation space without the need for a partition wall. Very open wire fabric such as this requires special detailing to maintain tension and prevent sagging. The rod at the base accomplishes this in a visually minimal way. This treatment can be used inside and outside.....

cmilligan
cmilligan added this to ke kitchenJan 7, 2018

hahahaha you would think of me swimming

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