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Originally Posted by swaggerisaliability View Post
I also like the one from Gattaca. Simple yet elegant.

I had a client ask for this stair. Code wouldn't allow for an exact duplicate -- our good fortune. Ultimately I think we gave him a different stair in the same spirit.
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Livraria Lello (Lello Bookstore) Porto, Portugal
post #48 of 55
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I had a client ask for this stair. Code wouldn't allow for an exact duplicate -- our good fortune. Ultimately I think we gave him a different stair in the same spirit.

I really like that staircase also. Incidentally, I believe it was chosen because it resembles a DNA helix.
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Livraria Lello (Lello Bookstore) Porto, Portugal

How vaginal
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Best for running up: Best for falling down (pic does not do justice to how steep this actually is IRL): Seriously though, some very cool stuff in this thread.
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@StephenHero: Forget if I mentioned it somewhere else, but Roman wells have those double helix stairs, which I love. They allowed one pack mule to descend at the same time that another was ascendinging.
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National museum Prague
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That sure brings back memories. As a student of art history ... the palace at Caserta was the subject of a grad level presentation.
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