Art · March 20, 2021 0

Stairs With Hidden Lighting On Either Side Create A Dramatic Effect When Reflected Off The Wood Slat Walls

As part of a house renovation in London, England, Patalab Architecture included a centrally located staircase that not only adds a sense of warmth to the open interior, but also contrasts the white washed brick walls.

The interior of the wide staircase is lined with wood slats, adding to the sense of height, while handrails and hidden lighting line either side of the steps.

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When looking closer at the design of the stairs, you can see that there’s a space between the steps and the wood slats. This void allows the hidden lighting to create a warm glowing effect.

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Meanwhile, the vertical wood slats on the exterior of the staircase create a warm textural element in the otherwise minimal interior.

This centrally located staircase with a wood slat exterior adds a sense of warmth to the open interior, but also contrasts the white washed brick walls. #WoodStairs #StairDesign #WoodSlats #ModernInterior
Photography by Sabrina Rothe and Lyndon Douglas | Architect: Patalab Architecture | Structural Engineers: Richard Jackson Engineering Consultants | Services Engineers: THD Consulting Engineers | Lighting Designers: Illumination Works