CHELSEA TOWNHOUSE No 2

On one side a 'living wall' ties the two levels together and, amongst other things, softens the acoustics in what could otherwise feel more like a gloomy and echoing lightwell.

Photographer: Bruce Hemming

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aditis081
Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to 11 Outdoor Staircase Designs That Are a Step Above the Rest10 Apr 2018

8. The wooden treads, without any risers in between, create a pleasing visual, accompanied by a clear glass balustrade. The steps share the earthy tonality of the space, enhanced with intricately detailed windows and a tall vase.

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anjcferns
anjcferns added this to Staircases29 Jun 2019

Great cos we can’t actually have windows so nice to have artificial windows

melouloumaso
melouloumaso added this to Extérieur14 May 2019

Escalier encastré et rambarde en verre

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