This part of the Bishopstown Library is one of my favourite focal points in modern buildings in Ireland. For one reason or another, I like looking at this staircase. It could be: the colours of the wood and the steel combined; or the way sunlight floods in from the pyramid skylight above; and how the shadows cast change in appearance as the day progresses. Who knows?
If I had a choice and a little bit more confidence up my sleeve, I would peacefully (and happily!) read my books, sitting on those steps. But being realistic, I’d probably get told off, or worse, escorted out the building! (A bit extreme, but you get what I mean.)
So, I usually just waltz past it, collect my book/s, give it one last look before I leave, and wish that one day I’d have something like this of my own – an interior feature (at my dream house) that I simply wouldn’t grow tired of. It doesn’t even have to be a staircase! :D
On that lovely note, I’m ending this post. I may have rambled on for quite a bit now. Oops. #ExcuseMeSorry @instagram #WHPTheGreatIndoors
P.S.: I normally don’t write long spiels about staircases, but I thought I might give Instagram’s WHP a go this week. :) (at Bishopstown Library)