Name Those Stairs! It’s the photo puzzle everyone is talking about: Name Those Stairs! In which large London building will you find this distinctive staircase? Can you name two other distinctive staircases in the same building? via thingstodoinlondon
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By Olson Kundig Architects via Dezeen
Berlin townhouse by architecture office XTH-Berlin via Dezeen
The stairs going over two flights designed by Matthias Klotz is part of Casa Once Mujeres. It stands on a site sloping down to Cachagua beach on the Pacific, 140 kilometers north of Santiago, Chile. via Archdaily
Made in part from recycled materials this stair has various shapes and textures that combine to create a unique aesthetic
Stringers under the curved treads with stainless steel balusters.
This sleek black steel staircase is supported by a single central stringer. Balustrade glass wall makes for an outstanding stair
Perforated treads and balustrade supported on an offset tubular stringer create an industrial look.
Sinuous central stringer which flares out at base and landing
Central stringer supporting concrete treads in this glass external corridor.
Twin entrance hall stairs with central stringers.
This looks like an original 60′s helical staircase with bright colours and bold lines
Nice curved tread and riser detail to this Norwegian Staircase
Slim central stringer and treads made from lathe (as in plaster and lathe!) that was removed from the 70 year old house during renovation
Rusted steel industrial looking staircase in a domestic environment
Large flight with timber treads and glass balustrade with large central supporting stringer.
Ash central stringer and elm treads on this all timber flight.
A beautiful helical staircase with solid inner wall timber treads and glass outer balustrade. By EeStairs
An offset stringer supports this large helical staircase. Timber panels half clad blackened steel inner stringer.
A large straight staircase which has been placed in a large red glass box. This box acts as the balustrade.
Central stringer supporting timber treads with stainless steel flat balusters
Black steel timber and glass form this solid yet light looking staircase.
Stone treads on a central box stringer has a steel woven mesh wall as balustrade.
Multi-flight staircase supported via central stringer
Timber stair with glass balustrade lit by led lights.
Stainless steel and glass staircase supported by offset single stringer
Category: center-stringer stairsOctober 6, 2011
U-shaped staircase on plan with central stringer. Framed glass panels are rectangular shaped
Slender central stringer supporting this straight flight.
Red internal faces to a curved staircase. Soffit is shaped like a big water-drop hanging from the ceiling.
Steel rods cross over to form balustrade on this centre stringer staircase.
Shaped timber treads supported on an offset stringer under the stair.
Unique all wood design with single stringer and baluster wall.
Single stringer staircase with cantilevered corian treads and glass balustrade.
Multi flight staircase supported on central stringer
Glass and blackened stainless steel stair is the centrepiece for a family’s New York town house.
Central stringer made with ash, and elm tree treads
Cast bronze skeletal stair with glass treads.
Incredible single-stringer, timber, residential staircases that appear to float over a grand foyer
Brushed aluminium with clear powder coating and hardwood treads
Perforated steel treads give this staircase an industrial yet opaque look simultaneously
This staircase has balustrade that also acts as a screen when required at the upper level.
Helical stair with treads featuring wood chips and shavings showcased behind clear glass
A centrally supported staircase with cable balustrading
Very organic steel and glass stair
Minimal stairs tend to be white, but look good in black too.
Category: center-stringer stairsJune 18, 2010
I guess the client couldn’t decide between two styles of staircase so had them both. via Archdaily
Stone treads wrap around the central stringer hiding it
Philip Watts Design in Nottingham, England specialise in no compromise avant-garde staircases. This one features a helical rolled beam that has structurally bonded glass treads and rises within a glass shaft. Domestic client in London
Semi Spiral steel and wood staircase. Stainless steel balustrading. 2 central pipes bent and twisted with mild steel plates laser cut to support wooden treads. Designed by: Marco Mugnaioni Manufactured by: Techno Precast Products
A dripping melting staircase, over looking a Glacier in the French Alps by maverick uk design and fabrication company Philip Watts Design
Stairs by Serett Metalworks for the Edward Durell Stone residence