Legos: A new generation of stairwells

A new breed of stairs is being used to give pedestrians and cyclists a second chance at a fun, indoor exercise without the hassle of breaking a leg.

The high-rise trampoline is being built in London, the capital of England, in partnership with the London Foot and Ankle Society and the National Trust.

The new staircase has been designed to allow cyclists to get up and down stairs quickly, which is key to improving the city’s infrastructure.

It also means that there’s a better chance of people using stairs on foot and in the city.

This is important as the UK has one of the most congested roads in the world, with more than 5,000 people killed in road accidents every year.

In 2016, the average daily traffic on London’s roads was almost 2.5 million, and while it is on track to surpass that figure by 2030, there are still more than 1 million people commuting to work every day.

The London Foot & Ankle group was behind the design, which was developed using a team of architects and designers.

It will have four stairwell levels that connect to each other, allowing pedestrians to get down and up the stairs at speeds of up to 60mph.

The new stairwell also includes a ‘bump-out’ area, which means that if you fall down the stairs, you can bounce back up without needing to go through the bump.

The group said it wanted to change London’s approach to the road, as it was one of its most congesting urban areas.’

The new London Street will make it easier for people to get from A to B,’ a spokesperson said.’

It will also improve our transport network and make it possible to safely commute to work, to schools and to the gym in the City centre.’

This is not the first time the London Street has been used for this purpose, as a similar scheme has been built in nearby Hackney.

The scheme, called ‘Walk the London’, is run by London Foot, which also has a footbridge running through the centre of the city, and is expected to be complete by 2020.