Space-saving staircase design made of plywood
As a rule, the efficiency comes at the expense of aesthetics, which could not be further away with this space-saving staircase design by Spanish architects. Armed only with plywood and a cool, creative concept, the architecture firm integrated a series of cabinets in a normally wasted room – under the stairs. Not only did they make good use of the area, it also made it aesthetically pleasing and proved that looks do not always have to play second fiddle. Keep reading to check it. For more information visit
The staircase and integrated storage system are in blond toned plywood that complements the hardwood floors throughout the house. The consistent use of light wood against a clean, white background leaves the room with a simple, minimalist aesthetic.
The tiered system offers an eclectic mix of visual and on-display storage that pays attention to the simple style of the home.
As you climb the steps, the open sides of the staircase provide an unobstructed view of the main floor while the light from the window falls over the window.
The plywood turns into a kind of overpass leading into a hallway to the guest room. A window on the other side makes this door glow.
A series of asymmetrical doors conceal the shelves and optically unlock the cabinet wall.
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