Endless Stair commissioned for London Design Festival 2013

An MC Escher-inspired structure comprising 20 interlocking staircases will be installed outside St Paul's Cathedral from 14-22 September as one of the London Design Festival's Landmark Projects.

Endless Stair will use 44 cubic metres of Tulipwood, supplied by the American Hardwood Export Council, and will provide visitors with a view from St Paul's down to the Millennium Bridge, River Thames, and Tate Modern.

Brand: London Design Festival

Agency: dRMM Architects

Lead designer: Alex de Rijke

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