The Olafur Eliasson Infinite Staircase is Full of Twists and Turn

 - Oct 4, 2012
References: flickr & likecool
You won’t need the StairMaster anymore as you find yourself continuously climbing the steps on the Olafur Eliasson Infinite Staircase. The swirled shape connects to itself, creating a continuous structure that looks more like an optical illusion.

Hard to contemplate for a long time without getting a bit dizzy, the 9-meter tall staircase seems to be going upwards and downwards at the same time. This never ending spiraling staircase is located right outside the KPMG accounting firm offices building in Munich, Germany, making it convenient for co-workers to go for a stroll or get a quick workout in on their lunch breaks without having to stray too far away.

The Olafur Eliasson Infinite Staircase is a structural beauty as well as a functioning set of stairs.