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The Andrew Mcconnel Vertabrae Staircase Mimics the Form of a Whale Spine

 - Jan 8, 2013
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This clever and curvaceous spinal staircase by Andrew McConnel is inspired by a whale's vertebrae. The magnificent piece draws deserving attention up its smooth and circular form right up to the next level.

It is formed through sub-sectional pieces that each make up a step, banister and part of the handrail. The pieces then connect and lock together, giving the spinal staircase its self-supporting nature. This brilliant design provides not only logistic relief, but also makes it much easier for DIY endeavors.

With majestic grace, the spinal staircase creates a feel that is reminiscent to an animal exhibit within the confines of one's own home. It deserves to be showcased with pride as it is sure to capture full attention and become the centrepiece of any room.