This creative “floating” stairs are designed by Florence architect Guido Ciompi for The Gray Hotel in Milan, Italy.
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Really nice, but I could find a thousand ways to fall from those stairs
So, where do they get their strength from? Even if they are cantilevered, I can’t ‘see’ this really being installed.
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I don’t get it either. It’s trippy but I think that you’d hurt yourself.
it’s called aesthetic value…you boners….
It does have a very aesthetic quality to it, but us Americans are WAY too fat for that type of design!
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awsome but yes Stephen to your point it would not work out very well with fat americans.
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Great work of art.
And I understand were the strenght is coming from. I see it
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Lol I see a problem with this. Imagine the girls with skirts walking up those stairs, and the drunkards at the bar-like-table having a field day.
Scary, but cool!
my first thought was “Cool!” my second thought was— women, – wear pants!
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its just Beautiful
This is a nice pice of art. Looking at this only view of these stairs I would say it’s only art and not functional stairs.
There is more art and architecture to see in Italy than somebody could likely go through in a lifespan.
Italy is a fascinating country with historical cities, scenic countryside, mountains, picturesque coast and art treasures.
This is bullshit, they have no support. x_x
meh, I think they kindof look a little bit 1950s
I bet they are cantilevered, with more of the tread extending through the wall, or possibly welded to a steel support, then plastered behind to disguise the structure.
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Cool stairs… But i don’t see how it can support any weight.
i wanna see a fat person on this =] lol just to prove the design and art
Yes, I would hit my head on the ceiling above the first few steps that are mounted to the wall. Also, i’d end up tripping because my foot would find it’s way to the space left in the middle of each step.
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