Sculptural Stair Inspiration

Sculptural Stair Inspiration |KitchAnn Style
It’s been a hectic week for all I’m sure and since it’s my Birthday I’m going to present a simple post that I hope you find inspiring. These beautiful sculptural stairs by Arquitectura en Movimiento Workshop join two levels of a Mumbai apartment. Sculptural Stair Inspiration |KitchAnn Style Treads of engineered walnut form the bottom portion of the staircase and ascend up as a continuous elements to create the upper steps. The wood is formed around a metal structure that is anchored to the walls on both sides. Vertical steel cables that help support the upper portion of the structure also form a balustrade. Sculptural Stair Inspiration |KitchAnn Style

Specifically in the SDM apartment, after a talk with each member of the family, we got a well defined program based on the customs of each user and each space, the staircase located at the center of the apartment. It was designed as a sculpture in the space with more light and natural ventilation; with very subtle lines but protagonist of the space, it can be seen almost from anywhere in the public areas, it becomes the articulator of spaces and is replicated in other architectural elements such as blinds and ceiling; every space, every detail meets a special character of the users, every color, every picture, every kitchen utensil, every linen was specifically chosen to complete this project and to make it unique.

The workshop used models and renderings to mock up the large sculptural piece for the client. Sculptural Stair Inspiration |KitchAnn Style

About Arquitectura en Movimiento Workshop:

Arquitectura en Movimiento Workshop is formed by young architects, graduates of different universities in Mexico, EEUU and Spain, founded in 1996. Their professional practice has led them to realization of projects of public and private character in different Geographic latitudes and parallels.

Parisian Bathroom Inspiration

I stumbled across this bathroom online and I was struck by its bold graphic statement.

Kitchen Studio of Naples - design inspiration

 

Then I discovered that this is a 3D rendering by Ando Studio Inc. Amazing, Right? I think knowing it is a rendering explains why the reflection in the mirror is a little funky. Their site is in Hebrew but I can read beautiful images in any language.

So, if you were given this rendering, would you move forward with the construction?