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Staircase cabinets in my studio in Holland, Zwijndrecht.

Staircase cabinets designed in 1982 - material: plywood.

I designed this staircase holding various sizes of cabinets during the completion of my studio in 1982. The largest cabinet is accessible from the back of the staircase. It is 120x 120 centimeters deep and high.

The sizes of the various cabinets are strict and multiples of the tread and riser sizes, which ar both an identical 20 cm. There are six 20x20cm cabinets for drawings, draughts and blueprints, four 40x40cm cabinets, two are 80x80cm and the largest, as I mentioned, 120x120cm. The width of the stais is the depth of the cabinets.

The staircase leads to the winter garden on the roof - a conservatory with a wall to wall grape vine, which has its roots eleven meters lower. The staircase will be sold along with the studio in the garden behind the workshop:
studio - home for sale in holland


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