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    - LIQUID DESIGN
    Welded steel rods, not stainless steel wire, were used at the Celadon development in Charlotte to maintain the light and sense of openness needed in a narrow townhouse unit. Rather than tuck the stairs to the side, the design team decided to provide circulation in the center to divide the spaces and use rails that flood the middle with natural light and avoid a tunnel effect.
  • http://media.charlotteobserver.com/smedia/2014/01/27/10/21/1ln44r.St.138.jpeg|525
    - LIQUID DESIGN
    Welded steel rods, not stainless steel wire, were used at the Celadon development in Charlotte to maintain the light and sense of openness needed in a townhouse unit with a narrow width. Rather than tuck the stairs to the side, the design team decided to provide circulation in the center to divide the spaces but also to flood the middle with natural light, avoiding a tunnel effect. The rails were used to provide the sense of a divider but still allow the light to flood into the two spaces on either side.
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    - LIQUID DESIGN
    In this lakeside project, a three-story tower is designed to offer light, views and drama, all of which are complemented by the almost-invisible tensioned wires.
  • http://media.charlotteobserver.com/smedia/2014/01/27/10/21/1lfHj0.St.138.jpeg|525
    - LIQUID DESIGN
    In this lakeside project, a three-story tower is designed to offer light, views and drama, all of which are complemented by the almost-invisible tensioned wires.
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