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How is this hanging staircase connected?

tugbak

Hello

Can someone explain how this staircase can stand like this? 

I can't see a secundaire structure that holds the timber orso? 

The design:

JEAN-BENOÎT VÉTILLARD - ARCHITECTURE
MAISON NANA


 
Dec 2, 23 1:41 pm
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It's not hanging. The clues are in the third image.

Dec 2, 23 1:55 pm  · 
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citizen

It looks like it's hanging at least a little bit....

Dec 8, 23 8:03 pm  · 
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J G

yeah i don't understand the confusion. The section drawing is entirely unhelpful though

Dec 11, 23 7:04 pm  · 
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Bench

This thing is terrifying.

Dec 3, 23 9:21 am  · 
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t a z

More so the lack of handrails at the floor level...

Dec 12, 23 9:35 am  · 
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citizen

At least all the corners are hard and sharp. How long before that nice wood becomes blood-stained?

Dec 12, 23 12:46 pm  · 
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J G

look at the rest of the project photos - the work has a deconstructed quality to it with untaped sheetrock. It's nice

Dec 12, 23 1:38 pm  · 
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J G

the stair treads are attached to the white wall on one side and vertical hanging wall piece on the other side. The vertical piece is hanging from the floor above. 

jean-benoît vétillard - architecture, Giaime Meloni  · MAISON NANA

Dec 11, 23 7:04 pm  · 
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citizen

This is how I read it, too. On the outboard side, the zig-zagged trapezoidal stringer extends from the tread-tops up to the floor above.  Interesting detail with funky results.

Dec 11, 23 9:22 pm  · 
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