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Living Staircase by Paul Cocksedge

From the architect. A living spiral staircase with open spaces for reading, drawing, relaxing and drinking tea forms the centrepiece of a newly created workspace in London’s Soho district. 334 more words

Design

Living Staircase / Paul Cocksedge

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From the architect. A living spiral staircase with open spaces for reading, drawing, relaxing and drinking tea forms the centrepiece of a newly created workspace in London’s Soho district. 356 more words

Architectural Journalism

The living staircase by paul cocksedge functions as a garden

to transform the function of a series of steps so that they become much more than just a means of transitioning between floors, paul cocksedge has envisioned ‘the living staircase’. 131 more words

Gardening

Novel Update #10: Whew!

Whew! It’s done…for now.

My BIG EDITS of my manuscript concluded last night.

My First full Edit consisted of inputting corrections, making some changes here and there and generally cleaning it up. 446 more words

Writing

Palette

An installation at the GREAT Festival of Creativity celebrates Britain and Turkey’s relationship through clever use of colour.

‘Palette’, by Paul Cocksedge, consists of translucent acrylic circles in red, white and blue, representing the colours of the British and Turkish flags. 68 more words

Design

Shift In Perspective

London-based designer Paul Cocksedge has created a new collection called Capture that fuses physics and design together.  His collection features pieces that are all relate to the rules of science and optical illusions.   44 more words

A Staircase With A Built-In Library, Garden, And Meeting Rooms, Too

No more horrible fluorescent lights and windowless, cement stairwells for these lucky office inhabitants in London. Stair-goers can even make fresh tea within the “Living Staircase.” 272 more words

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