Hanging Red Stairs by Diapo is Inspired by a Tate Modern Installation

By: Meghan Young - Published: Sep 28, 2013 • References: diapo & trendir
The Hanging Red Stairs is a stunning addition to an existing home that is inspired by a recent installation by Do Ho Suh at the Tate Modern Gallery called "Staircase-III." If the installation is as eye-catching as this design, it is no wonder that the client requested the designer to reference it. As though floating in midair, the Hanging Red Stairs is attached to the ceiling in a rather dramatic fashion.

Designed by Diapo, the Hanging Red Stairs is made out of perforated steel mesh, which is lightweight and sturdy enough to be applied in such a unique manner. Not to mention that the climber is able to peer through the structure as he or she uses them. It is the perfect bright accent for any modern home. Stats for Floating Scarlet Staircases Trending: Older & Buzzing
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