Well known for their work with Nike, the new advertising agency office design for Wieden+Kennedy New York takes the “playground” tone down a notch. The agency’s new 50,000 square feet New York offices flaunt a amazing rounded, rich walnut-clad staircase connecting two of the three floors.
This house in Montreal, Canada was built with two things in mind – the homeowner’s love of contemporary art and throwing parties. The most striking element throughout is a spectacular staircase that from a distance resembles black lace, but is actually made of iron, hence the name. It’s a conglomerate of black iron circles of various sizes which are inked together.
Sculptural Staircase by Philip Watts Design
This sculptural staircase features glass and timber details and was a bespoke design for a private residential interior in North Hampton. The breath-taking design takes the form of a backbone that weaves its way between two floors and appears to melt into the lower floor in a metallic puddle.
Residence on the Esplanade by Munge Leung