Nishi Building Amazing Interior Staircase

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Nishi Building Amazing Interior Staircase.

The team at Australian firm March Studio are currently finishing work on this amazing interior staircase for the Japanese-inspired Nishi building in Canberra, Australia.

The stairwell and ceiling is constructed from thousands of repurposed boards taken from old homes, a basketball court, as well as remnants from the construction site of the Nishi building itself.

Nishi at 25 Edinburgh represents a significant advance in environmental sustainable design. Every aspect of Nishi’s originally Japanese-inspired design has been reconsidered so that tenants can benefit from its innovative solar heat retention principles. Where the average accommodation energy rating in Canberra is only 2.5 star, Nishi delivers an average 8 star NaTHERS rating as well as providing the highest rated appliances, fixtures & fittings. Nishi’s standout design features make it Canberra’s most sustainable mixed-use building complex. Sustainability and design excellence in the heart of Canberra. Designed by world-noted architects, Suppose Design Office (Tokyo) and Fender Katsalidis Architects (Melbourne) in conjunction with engineering consultant group, ARUP (London)–no detail has been overlooked in any of Nishi’s ground breaking apartments.

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