I love spirals and when they’re three-dimensional as in spiral staircases, they are even more interesting. Here are some spiral staircases from around the world.
These are the stairs that we trudged up in order to cross the bridge to see the Guggenheim at night.
Spiral staircase in the Cardiff Museum in Wales.A bright red spiral staircase in NDSM, an industrial area across the river from Amsterdam.We were not allowed to take photos of the photos in the Amsterdam’s FOAM museum so I contented myself taking photos of the architectural details and signage, generally shades of white and grey, bare metal and bleached wood, industrial modern and discrete.
Wild wrought-iron spiral staircase in the Crumlin St. Gaol (Jail) in Belfast, Ireland.This spiral staircase leads to a shrine in the mountains above Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.Spiral wrought-iron staircase in Jodhpur Fort, India.This spiral staircase in Vientiane, Laos incorporates some traditional Laos design in the railings.Spiral staircase of glass and metal in an university building that was an interesting mix of historical and modern in Rosario, Argentina.
Descending into Ghent’s spooky Belltower, Belgium.
More of the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Structure.
What a beautiful series of staircases … I love them, spiral or straight, modern or period!
These are awesome 🖤
Spirals are so fascinating, right? I just posted about another spiral staircase on my blog, do check it out 🙂
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