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  • Kirk Rowton

    Home studio apartment in Turin, Italy. Molto cool. (My kind of simplicity.)

  • Leslie Newberg

    Really cool architecture and interior design. Home Studio by Studioata

  • Luis Nieves

    House Studio by Studioata. Mind boggling floating stair treads + interesting shelf/tread idea!

  • Leola Wisozk

    Home office, great use of stair #office ideas #working design #design office #office design|

  • Design Connection, Inc. Kansas City Interior Design

    Simple floating white stairs with a surprise step. Modern Stairs We Love at Design Connection, Inc. | Kansas City Interior Design #ModernStaircase #InteriorDesign

  • Josh Walker

    – Love the shelf as part of the stairs. House Studio in Turin, Italy by Studioata | Let me be inspired - Interior Design, Interior Decorating Ideas, Architecture

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