A Fire Pole Is A Fun Way To Travel Between Floors – Design You Trust

A Fire Pole Is A Fun Way To Travel Between Floors

Photography by Lucas Henning

When Designs Northwest Architects were designing this home in Stanwood, Washington, they included a fire pole as a fun way to get between floors.

h/t: contemporist

Photography by Lucas Henning

Positioned in the loft space of the upper floor, it drops down into the living room.

Photography by Lucas Henning

Photography by Lucas Henning

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