Staircase by Atmos Studio

StairStalk, a magnificent staircase by Atmos Studio, is the centerpiece of the restaurant HIDE in London. The staircase, taking inspiration from natural forms, ascends three floors, appearing almost as if it is growing through the space. A steel and plywood core allows the staircase to work its way up freely without support from the walls. Around the steel structure, the staircase was created using a variation of bentwood construction, which builds up layers of veneer to retain the look of solid wood in the twisting form.

Atmos Studio's spiralling timber staircase features "leaf-like" stairs that emerge from a structural stem

Atmos Studio's spiralling timber staircase features "leaf-like" stairs that emerge from a structural stem

Atmos Studio's spiralling timber staircase features "leaf-like" stairs that emerge from a structural stem

Atmos Studio's spiralling timber staircase features "leaf-like" stairs that emerge from a structural stem

Atmos Studio's spiralling timber staircase features "leaf-like" stairs that emerge from a structural stem

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