Murdock Solon Architect’s project is featured in “10 Ways Library Ladders Give Rooms a Lift,” by Lisa Frederick. In the article, Frederick showcases ways to utilize ladders beyond the library.
“Library ladders, which are rolling or sliding ladders that hang on a rail to provide access to high shelves, lend such a refined, polished air to the room they occupy. As you might guess from the name, they traditionally were used in libraries with high ceilings so that people could reach books stored on the top shelves. But today homeowners and designers use them in every room of the house…”
Read the whole article here. To see more Murdock Solon Architects projects, visit the website here.