More Encouragement to Walk the Stairs

A while back, I posted an interesting effort to get people to walk upstairs, rather than take the escalator. It involved a staircase designed to look like a piano, with musical sounds generated when people stepped on each stair. I love that approach not only because it is clever, but because I am a serious pianist. It appealed to my inner musician.

For those more visually inclined, here is another interesting set of stairs, in a picture brought to my attention by Bob Peck (@MakeABetterOne).

Colorful Stairs

What do you think? Will it convince anyone to climb the stairs who otherwise would have taken the escalator?

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