Paratelier’s concrete house in Portugal was cast using wooden panels—93% of which were then used to build its interior.

The staircase inside a concrete house in Portugal. Photograph by Leonardo Finotti.

Finally stairs that fold up and out of the way.

These compact stairs could even be stored in a narrow cabinet out of site and leave the door open when the stairs are in use. Great for a tiny house.

KAIROS / João Quintela + Tim Simon Attention to detail So...I like it, but....happy dusting!!!

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KAIROS / João Quintela + Tim Simon Attention to detail I guess the idea was that the stair can be a part of building skin. For that, the architect made new type of stair. Actually the stair does not exist itself.

Valentí Albareda , José Hevia · Ground floor with patio #FredericClad #THEFARM

This time we find an old plaster molding shop in the heart of Gracia neighbourhood, in Barcelona. Located on the ground floor of a building of the early twen.

Escaliers métal perforé

Decorators often utilize odd numbers since they are believed to be more appealing. Lighting is an integral element in any room, and it boosts the function along with ambience. Lighting of any kind …

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