Skateboard deck stairs

Skateboard deck stairs in furniture sport goods architecture  with stairs Skateboard deck

Skateboard deck stairs in furniture sport goods architecture  with stairs Skateboard deck

Skateboard deck stairs in furniture sport goods architecture  with stairs Skateboard deck

Skateboard deck stairs in furniture sport goods architecture  with stairs Skateboard deck

Skateboard deck stairs in furniture sport goods architecture  with stairs Skateboard deck

As he did not want to spend a lot of money for his stairs that are not in a standard config, Marc Ollhäuser got the idea to make one for “cheap” with skateboard decks. He used a CAD program to draw the structure, and thus the result is a really integrated design. Impressive ! Good idea !

++ All details here (in german, so we could not translate a lot…)

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10 Comments

  1. Aileen - October 22, 2010

    those decks look new and not recycled…

  2. greta - October 22, 2010

    while this is a hell of a DIY design project (custom steel??), nothing about it looks recycled, or even particularly ‘sustainable’.

  3. Kyle - October 29, 2010

    Greta is right, but that still doesn’t hinder its radness.

  4. manu - November 2, 2010

    recyclage ? pas trop les planches sont neuves (une planche=70euros), et il ne serait pas prudent d’essayer avec des planches usagées, sinon l’idée est original mais je trouve que les planches s’intègrent mal dans la structure métallique, ça aurait été plus jolie avec des montants en bois dans lesquels les planches seraient emboitées en dépassant légèrement (ici on dirait que les marches sont à l’envers:( ), c’est à développer.

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