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Now here’s something that you don’t see every day… but do you dare lean against the thing??

While renovating their Manhattan loft, artist Melissa Marks and interface designer Vicente Caride collaborated with Suzan Wines of I-Beam Design to create an amazing stair rail and wall constructed from nearly 20,000 LEGO bricks:

…I-Beam designed the stairs, structure and Mondrian inspired openings based on LEGO® dimensions (measured by dots) while the Marks/Caride family worked with Sean Kenney, one of two licensed LEGO Artists based in New York City, to create a flow of receding or intensifying color up and down the stairs. The final design is composed of an evolving series of additions made by the people who live, work and play in the space.

Now here’s something that you don’t see every day… but do you dare lean against the thing??

While renovating their Manhattan loft, artist Melissa Marks and interface designer Vicente Caride collaborated with Suzan Wines of I-Beam Design to create an amazing stair rail and wall constructed from nearly 20,000 LEGO bricks:

…I-Beam designed the stairs, structure and Mondrian inspired openings based on LEGO® dimensions (measured by dots) while the Marks/Caride family worked with Sean Kenney, one of two licensed LEGO Artists based in New York City, to create a flow of receding or intensifying color up and down the stairs. The final design is composed of an evolving series of additions made by the people who live, work and play in the space.

I’ve had this tear sheet for years and I swear that I’m going to have these steps someday.

I’ve had this tear sheet for years and I swear that I’m going to have these steps someday.