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Prism Design | Stairs which connect past and future

Architecture 002©STUDIO W

Just staircase area leading to the basement from the first floor.
It’s business passage stairs.
However, we wanted to give a meaning there.

005©STUDIO W

Stairs resemble life.
Life is there are many ordeal.
However,God never gives us an ordeal that we cannot get over.
It learned in the past and has hope with future.
And the necessity of fighting now is meant.

001©STUDIO W’Stairs which connect past and future’

006©STUDIO W

What saves a man is to take a step now.
Then another step.
It is always the same step, but we have to take it.

Address : Moonlit Garden #43 1F?B1 Stir Area ,518Hongshan rd., Hongshan st., New District,Wuxi, Jiangsu, P.R.China
Design: Prism Design
Project Name: Stairs which connect past and future
Category : Stairs Design
Total floor area : 30 square meters
Design period : Jun.2013 – Des.2012
Construction period : Oct.2013 – Jun.2013
Client : DAIWA HOUSE WUXI
Designed by:
TOMOHIRO KATSUKI
MASANORI KOBAYASHI
REIJI KOBAYASHI
Photographe credit: © Studio W – Wataru Ishida
Construction: Suzhou Hezhan Design & Construction Co,.Ltd
Lighting Supplier: KOIZUMI LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY(SHANGHAI)Co.Ltd. http://www.koizumi-lt.co.jp/english/index.html
Material List:
Antique Chinese Slate Tile
Marble Stone
Original Iron HandRail
LED Light
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