03 Jun '15, 11pm

Paul Cocksedge’s Living Staircase Spirals From Floor to Ceiling With Lush Greenery

The spiral design is wider than a standard staircase, inviting employees to spend time with the plants . The spirals open into three circular wooden platform spaces that are lined with rounded benches. These landings can function as social places, impromptu meeting areas, or foliage-filled lunch spots during cold weather.

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