گاهی ساده ترین طرح ها از پیچیده ترین طرح ها هم جذاب تر و بهتر از آب در میان.
خیلی لذت بردم از این کتابخوونه!
هر بار که سربالا می کنی عظمت کتاب های نخونده در چشمت میاد و این که چقدر عقبی از جایی که باید بهش برسی.. .قدر و همت آدمی رو بالا می بره این فضاسازی و خب در عین حال یک گنبد و نورگیر سقفی خوب کاربردی هم خلق کرده.
Ever wondered how a massive bookcase can become part of a working space? This is a fantastic solution – constructing a round bookcase hovering above the work space. Designed by Travis Price Architects, this interesting space arrangement was created for Wade Davis. He needed a space that would encompass his interests. Being an anthropologist, ethnobotanist, author and photographer, Wade Davis’ Writing Studio had to convey a feeling of enthusiasm and knowledge, so Travis Price Architects imagined a cave-inspired design that would capture natural light and bring it inside.
By building a dome above Dave’s workspace, the architect designed an unusual space that would display the most used books, which enables the client to interact with his them in an inspiring setting. The architects describes this dome “as similar to the rotunda of the oracle’s temple at Delphi“, while Davis calls it his “Navajo kiva of knowledge“. As they say, “with great power comes great responsibility” – this in seen in the respect this arrangement has for the books and their human counterpart. On a scale of 1 to 10, how much do you like this working space?
پله یکی از چیزهایی که در زمانه مدرن (منظورم چهارصد پونصدسال اخیره) خیلی مورد توجه معمارها و طراح ها قرار گرفته. نمی دونم چی در پله هست اما معمولا در کتب هنر این رو به وجود حرکت در پله و توجه جریان مدرن به حرکت و … نسبت می دن که به زعم من نوعی خودبزرگ بینی عالی جنابان مدرنه!!! :) به هر تقدیر مجموعه ابداعات این عصر و توانایی های تکنولوژیک و ساخت امروزه ما رو به جایی رسونده که خیلی ابتکارات سر این موجود بیچاره درمیاریم.
مجموعه ای از چندین پله مدرن و پسامدرن در معماری عصر اخیر.
دیگه نبینم تو طرح هاتون از پله های ساده استفاده کنینا!!!
Italian company 14 Ora Italiana has a collection of wood grain porcelain tiles that were inspired by the works of Andy Warhol. The Uonuon line comes in fourteen colors that are featured on this colorful and fun staircase.
Photo by Filip Dujardin
These stairs belong in House G by Maxwan Architects + Urbanists, in which a barn received a complete makeover. The planes of the stairs become a part of the wall shelves in a unique setup for book storage as well as kitchen storage.
The Grove Park project from Bell Phillips Architects features a staircase that is “created from a complex geometry of folded triangular facets which appear to float effortlessly within the space.” [via Plastolux]
Photo by Christopher Duff
These stairs that lead to a loft bedroom are by nC2 architecture in Brooklyn, NY. They incorporate extra shelving with the use of alternate treads and are the ultimate in being spatially efficient.
Photo by Kristina Hrabetová
Architecture firm Atelier SAD created another amazing alternate tread staircase that doubles as a bookshelf.
Yet another amazing staircase/bookshelf combo. This one is from Kathryn Tyler of Linea Studio’s own Scandinavian-inspired home. The Corkellis House does away with upper level kitchen cabinets and instead uses open shelving, as well as the staircase shelves, to house all of the kitchen-related items.
Photo by Hertha Hurnaus
The eco-friendly Blue House, designed by architect Pieter Weijnen of Faro Architecten, features modern nautical touches throughout. The architect built the house for his family on Steigereiland, one of Amsterdam’s artificial islands, and the stairs appear to float in the air without support. Steel cables are placed on the sides for safety.
Photo by Daici Ano
Photo by X. Lucas
These steel floating stairs in Flat #1 by Ecole are simply amazing and a true statement of minimalism.
Photo by Nils Clauss
Located in what is known as the Godzilla House by Chae-Pereira Architects in Seoul, Korea, these suspended stairs float along a curved wall and are lit by the hidden windows above.
This loft duplex designed by architect Charlie Diaz in downtown Madrid, Spain, features an unusual staircase that is the ultimate example of space saving.
These unusually deep stairs, and the 4-stories of house surrounding them, come with the rather large price tag of$38 million. The iconic NYC property, designed by Paul Rudolph, has seen many a famous person inside including Halston and Gunter Sachs, who were both previous owners.
This small, uniquely shaped house calls for a small, uniquely shaped staircase and that’s just what Kyoto-basedAlphaville Architects designed.
Designed by Castroferro Arquitectos, these extra-wide stone stairs with wood treads on top match the floating wood stairs above, all with enough room to store books on the sides.
From MO Architekten, concrete stairs with cord crisscrossing to form the sides of the railing — yes please! Just think of all the fun colors you could string when you get bored with this one. [via Plastolux]
While not walkable, this piece of fabric architecture by artist Do Ho Suh is a 1:1 replica of the staircase that connects his apartment to his landlord’s. The piece is entitled Staircase III and it is displayed at the Tate Modernin London.
Talk about maximizing every inch of space! These bookshelf stairs are some of the coolest we’ve seen.
You can’t write a post about stairs and not include the Trippy Stairs that we featured last year. They are certainly some of the most unique stairs we’ve ever seen and most definitely, well, trippy.
And last, but certainly not least, are these spiral wood stairs that are just as sculptural as they are functional. Definitely one of our favorites.