建筑要素︱楼梯与台阶

ELEMENTS OF ARCHITECTURE︱ STAIRS

The space a stairway occupies can be great, but its form can be fitted into an interior in several ways. It can be treated as an additive form or as a volumetric solid from which space has been carved out for movement as well as rest.

洞穴楼梯

The stairway can run along one of the edges of a room, wrap around the space, or fill its volume. It can be woven into the boundaries of a space or be extended into a series of platforms for seating or terraces for activity.

A stairway can be an organizing element and weave together a series of spaces at different levels of a building or outdoor space.

物体楼梯

A stairway can skirt an edge or wind around the boundaries of a space.

A stairway can be expressed as a sculptural form either attached to an
edge or freestanding within a space.

奥德·韦斯特伯里住宅 迈耶 Plan oblique of living room stair, House in Old Westbury, New York, 1969–71, Richard Meier



建筑形式空间和秩序

Architecture form, space and order



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