Showcasing stairs in home design is something we're seeing more and more these days, and Departamento CUBO by Studioata is no exception; the design puts a staircase front and center. It isn't simply about putting the stair case in the middle of the space, but also how the designers at Studioata utilized the space beneath them.
Usually, staircases account for waste space, but Departamento CUBO by Studioata uses the space beneath for storage and allows for the bottom portion of the steps to be removed should it be deemed necessary by the tenant.
Located in Turin, Italy and a perfect loft for work and living, the Departamento CUBO by Studioata places the sleeping quarters in the rafters and leaves the main floor open for whatever purpose is needed at that specific time.
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