These Stairs Show How Many Calories You Burn While Climbing Them – Design You Trust

These Stairs Show How Many Calories You Burn While Climbing Them

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When A2Office was designing a new headquarters for KuantoKusta inside an old warehouse in Leça do Balio, Portugal, they decided to make everyone a little more health conscious by adding some interesting information to these stairs. Instead of having just plain stairs, they added graphics that tell you how many calories you’ve burned as you walk up each stair.

More info: A2Office (h/t: contemporist)

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