The stairs in this home were designed with over 100 interlocking parts

The stairs in this home were designed with over 100 interlocking parts

Photography by French & Tye

 

When Archmongers were tasked with designing a set of stairs that lead to a roof terrace for a home in London, they decided to go with something a bit different.

 

The stairs in this home were designed with over 100 interlocking parts

Photography by French & Tye

The stairs were designed as a kit of interlocking parts, which give changing views and stimulate interest from every angle.

The stairs in this home were designed with over 100 interlocking parts

Photography by French & Tye

The stairs are made from over 100 pieces of CNC cut birch plywood, birch dowel, and steel rods, that fit together like a puzzle.

The stairs in this home were designed with over 100 interlocking parts

Photography by French & Tye

If you think they look super complicated, they actually only take one day to assemble.

The stairs in this home were designed with over 100 interlocking parts

Photography by French & Tye

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