The Stairs In This Home Were Designed With Over 100 Interlocking Parts

These stairs are designed as a kit of over 100 interlocking parts
Photography by French & Tye

When Archmongers were tasked with designing a set of stairs that lead to a roof terrace for a home in London, they decided to go with something a bit different.

These stairs are designed as a kit of over 100 interlocking parts
Photography by French & Tye

The stairs were designed as a kit of interlocking parts, which give changing views and stimulate interest from every angle.


These stairs are designed as a kit of over 100 interlocking parts
Photography by French & Tye

The stairs are made from over 100 pieces of CNC cut birch plywood, birch dowel, and steel rods, that fit together like a puzzle.

These stairs are designed as a kit of over 100 interlocking parts
Photography by French & Tye

If you think they look super complicated, they actually only take one day to assemble.

These stairs are designed as a kit of over 100 interlocking parts
Photography by French & Tye

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