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1. Casa Picasso


The staircase in Casa Picasso by Workshop, Diseño y Construcción also functions as a small library.

Photo by Tamara Uribe

Architect: Workshop, Diseño y Construcción, Location: Mérida, Mexico

From the architect: “Casa Picasso is a project that turns every square inch of available space into a functional one. Indoor-outdoor interactions serve as the foundation of the project’s design, and the use of regional materials and textures typically found in the Yucatan Peninsula provide a sense of identity. Those first entering Casa Picasso will find the living room and a double height staircase, which leads to the first of the two bedrooms. With a closet, bathroom and small terrace that looks down to the pool, this room is where the house’s name originates, for inside an artwork piece from the artist Pablo Picasso is displayed.”

2. Peppertree Villa

Photo: Prue Ruscoe

Architect: Luigi Rosselli Architects, Location: Sydney, Australia

From the architect: “A new stair was also added due to the necessity to connect two new levels to the rest of the house, and to provide a more inviting ascension to the bedrooms on the upper floors. The resulting stair takes the form of a suspended sculptural ribbon entirely detached from the walls of the stairwell. Luigi of Luigi Rosselli Architects had to jump up and down on the treads to convince both the client and the builder of its strength and stability before they would consent to remove the temporary supporting props.”

3. House of Parts

Photo: CplusC Architectural Workshop

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