— National Olympic Committee House by Architects of Invention

This maple-veneered staircase twists and turns between the floors of an Olympic Museum in Georgia refurbished by UK and Georgia firm Architects of Invention.The architects created openings in the interior walls of the four-storey building to connect the new staircase with exhibitions and other rooms on the upper levels.

 

A new reception desk was also added as part of the renovation, which features a large fissure that makes it look like it’s been sawn in two.

 

Photography is by Nakanimamasakhlisi Photo Lab, Nika Mdivani and I. Kopocova.

 

Via: Dezeen

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