A mix between the 18th century French Rococo and 1989s Italian Memphis Milano, Sasha Bikoff‘s stair art is the perfect design merge. This year was the first participation of the interior designer in the annual fundraiser event ‘kips bay show house’, and she came up with a concept so beautifully amazing and challenging that is a wonderful sight for the eyes.
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This is a tradition that has been happening since 1973, in which interior designers get yearly invited to transform a Manhattan home into a fun and artistic creation. There are no rules, the sky’s the limit and your imagination runs through every single wall and corner. It all started off as a regular annual fundraiser event to raise money for new york city’s children, but since then it has been more of a must go place rather than something for charity. The concept is still the same, to gather contemporary artists’ talent around the house, but the fuss about it has been so much that now is a meeting point for many designers and design enthusiasts.
This year, Sasha Bikoff decided to focus her talent outside of the rooms area and created an amazing stair art. Fun, flamboyant and creative, this is how I Lobo You would describe this design. A breathtaking and big welcoming to the house!
Zigzags, polka dots, triangles, Sasha Bikoff defends that her stair art should be fun, and she achieved that through all the colors, motifs and shapes. The dynamism and sense of movement of her fun art play along with the shape of the stairs.
The contemporary artist truly makes us feel as if we’re living in a technicolor dream when stepping food into her modern art creation.