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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:46 AM
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by KNQ Associates ( last modified Jun 20, 2011



It's not often that a designer can have total free play to do what he or she wants without the inputs of the client. But things can take on a huge change when the client engages an artist to design a space instead - someone who doesn't necessarily need to place function before form.

Artist Vincent Dubourgh took on that 'challenge' - he had been given free reign to create a staircase for a private art collector with a house in Knightsbridge. One can't be blamed for being startled at the 'havoc' Dubourgh created inside. The aluminium branch-like poles 'ripped' through the timber floor, enveloping the scarily twisted staircase structure like a scene out of a Tim Burton's movie. Indeed, one couldn't have imagined climbing up the stairs could be such a dramatic affair.





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