Diary Of The Desperate


designed-for-life:

Wooden Strip Staircases by Jouin Manku

Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku of ‘Jouin Manku’ re-designed an eighteenth-century building to create a 55-room hotel and adjoining restaurant; the crown jewel is the wooden staircase encircled by strips of oak.

The wooden staircase begins at the entrance level and sits between the open kitchen and a circular bar. The timber strips extend off the staircase and run along the back wall. The oak spirals also create handrails for the wooden staircase.

— 3 weeks ago with 941 notes

designed-for-life:

A spiralling stack of chunky wooden blocks forms this staircase designed by architecture studio QC for an apartment in Poland.

QC, which is based in Rzeszów, created the staircase during the renovation of a two-storey apartment for a young couple and it comprises a pile of spruce blocks that fan out around a central pivot.

To give each block a unique worn appearance, Kuc poured water over the wood and then dried it out in a kiln so the material would expand and crack.

— 4 months ago with 360 notes
really cool how the painting continues on the wall

really cool how the painting continues on the wall

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— 8 months ago with 5 notes
telestyle:

Bohemic living

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telestyle:

Bohemic living

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— 9 months ago with 739 notes