here’s the photos of the staircase i did for the inauguration of the historic ice hole (“pou de gel”) in Agramunt in Catalonia. The idea was to follow the beautiful stone curves of the well and keep the staircase as elegant and visually lightweight as possible with a limited budget.
here’s a mash-up of recycled parts, the old 70´s formica surface came from a local brick manufacturer and the legs started life as a design for a staircase up in the mountains. i´m pleased with the sense of support the thin triangulation gives to the faceted surface. i may reskim the surface with steel or stainless, not sure yet.
hope you like it a bit!
for all the architects out there, here’s a link to the page
Here´s some pics of a project we did a few years back, which I think still stands up to scrutiny. a collaborative project with Eduardo Egozcue
and Luki Huber