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Shuttered storefronts, broken sidewalks and darkened staircases for years have greeted pedestrians making their way from the border to downtown Tijuana.
From afar, some of the images become almost abstract and geometric: a bin distributor is reminiscent of a pipe organ; a view of staircases and railings blend together in an M.C. Escher-esque fashion.
The Segels’ open staircase showcases a variety of vintage European and American art, collected during the couple’s travels.
Fun fact: The hotel connects to the World Trade Centre Montreal, which houses a remnant of the Berlin Wall, as well as staircases that lead to the underground passageways that connect much of the city, so be sure to check it out.
With the help of the Bangladesh army and several NGOs, the refugees have built an impressive infrastructure in the camps, with makeshift bamboo bridges above waterways and sandbag staircases ascending to endless rows of tents in the hills.
At Revolver Gallery, artist Ishmael Randall-Weeks set chunks of silver and copper on a rotating, circular staircase that led to nowhere.
The two-story home with more than 4,800 square feet has a large open foyer that offers immediate views of the lake, open staircase and central living room with a two-story stone fireplace surrounded by windows.
While many changes were made to the Grade II structure (a designation in the UK used for historic buildings of particular importance), some original features still remain including the fireplace and timber staircase.
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