The Aesthetic Interpretation of Modern Stair Art Space


The stair is essentially a building tool for human beings to move up and down, but with the development of the design concept, the linear, folding and spiral stair can enrich the direction of human activities to some extent. Line is the basic language of spatial vision, and surface is the main unit to present different visual effects of stairs. Different materials create different styles of stairs and realize the virtual and real stagger of stairs functions. To grasp the aesthetic design of modern stair, it is necessary to truly combine the beauty of form with the beauty of site and atmosphere, so as to integrate the aesthetic value of stair into the space function.


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