The Compact Tamir Addadi Architecture 'Loft Access' Project

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Nov 26, 2010 • References: tamiraddadi & dezeen
London is renowned for small living spaces, which makes projects like the Tamir Addadi Architecture 'Loft Access' undertaking all the more captivating.

The owners of the slender Islington Victorian house requested a more accessible and permanent approach to their attic, and incredibly, in a tight nook of 140cm by 90cm, this painted steel staircase was made possible. A total success in terms of function, the Tamir Addadi Architecture 'Loft Access' project excels at bridging the home's old style with modern renovation, in addition to joining to storeys. Stats for Aquarium-Encased Stairs Trending: Older & Buzzing
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