Stairway to second floor

Originally built as a telephone exchange in the late 1800s, the building had fallen into disrepair before the buyer purchased the shell, turning it into a home and office. The stairs wrap around a cylindrical form that provides a focal point for the house. Covered in roofing shingle, the shape and the material continue through to the doghouse on the roofdeck, visible in the exterior photos.

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Daniel Lesus Architects, PC added this to White Wall Ideas10 September 2019

Interesting geometric shape tile. Could possibly be outside on wall

kakbergmann added this to kakbergmann's ideas30 July 2019

Aluminum roof shingles on the curved wall - could be cool

chicetoc added this to chicetoc's Ideas28 March 2014

Ô Ô GORGOUS ce mur de treillis. Fait avec quoi ?

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