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Pre-war design for this New York appartement
“It goes from skinny to fat, narrow to wide,” he explains. “It forces you to pay attention.” Every single strip of European white oak cladding the spiral was hand-cut and hand-laid, and the balustrades are clear glass bent with heat. “ The hardest thing I’ve ever done, ” by Hagy Belzberg and Delta Wright via […]
By architecture studio Taranta Creations features a staircase within a labia-like office via Dezeen
Chinese studio MAD has unveiled the first photographs of its icicle-shaped museum for wooden sculptures via Dezeen
By Berger & Berger for the collection of gallerist Yvon Lambert via Dezeen
Salvaged palisander-veneered paneling defines the staircase for Fendi’s flagship store via Interior Design
Curving concrete staircase protrudes from warehouse-like circus school in France via Dezeen
By Stok for boutique hotel in Istanbul
Hotel New York by Rockwell Group an helical stair with a curved outer shell and light oak wood interior paneling.
Intelligent use of lighting within the soffit disguises the mass of the helical carcass for Conrad Seoul
Large treads and a low rise height ensure that this monochromatic helical stair has a shallow pitch angle and consequently a sense of grandeur and dominance.
Gold laser cut steel make this an interesting design by North Arrow Studio
16th Avenue Tiled Steps, San Francisco
The staircase enclosed by a blue steel fin-like structure.”The strategy was to open up the floor and make the stairs a central sculptural element,” explained architect Rashid Ali
Photographer Tobi Shonibare, based in London, publishes on his Instagram amazing pictures of the London’s architecture. Between the skyscrapers geometry, light wells, glazed frontages or the depths of the subway, the young artist offers his own point of view on the British capital via Fubiz.
A gossamer ribbon of accordion-folded perforated stainless steel by Span Architecture via Interior Design Magazine
The stairs add an exciting experiential element to the interior; by being set at unusual angles the staircases provide interesting vantage points into the workspaces as well as a wonderful view to look out on from a desk. Complex positioning of the staircases also represents the importance of interconnectivity in the work place and has […]
Wraparound staircase of marble, glass and metal for ‘Watches of Switzerland’ in London
by Kengo Kuma via Interior Design
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Article on bespoke residential staircase design in the FT Nov 2012
The walnut balustrade makes the staircase a very elegant design
Metal stringer bannisters inserted into treads.
A pair of twin corkscrewing helical staircases with integrated lighting in the soffit and internal solid balustrade.
The curves and proportions of lower section of the stair are set out on the principles of the golden ratio, with the upper staircase fully cantilevering off the landing into the void above by Tigg Coll Architects
Category: closed riserSeptember 15, 2015
A timber structure sprayed with a high gloss lacquer finish. The architectural idea was for the staircase to run as a ribbon, connecting the new extension with the existing house. The engineering challenge lay in analysing its complex geometrical form by Fluid Structures
Concrete with no balustrade via CabbageRose
Category: cantilevered stairs / carbon fiber stairs / center-stringer stairs / closed riser / concrete stairs / dog-leg stairs / floating stairs / glass stairs / helical stairs / metal stairs / miscellaneous / open risers / ramps / space saving stairs / spiral stairs / stone stairs / straight stairs / timber stairsSeptember 10, 2015
The EeStairs Design competition has been created to shine a light on the very best young designers in the world and celebrate the evolution of architecture, interior and product design. No longer is staircase design simply about function, it has progressed into the creation of groundbreaking designs, use of innovative materials and environments capable of […]
Carbon Fibre C-Stack. Extremely thin treads bend at ends to form treads and riser. Stainless steel bullets fix the glass to the carbon fibre by EeStairs
Part of Milton Glaser‘s mural artwork “Color Fuses” (1975).
Cantilever zig-zag by Helen Green
Helical with white soffit designed for a home once owned by Picasso in Provence via Architectural Digest
Staircase in the Swarovski flagship store in Ginza Tokyo
The design was influenced by the “organic and intimate character of Nordic design combined with the attention to detail and the elegance of the Milanese Modernism”, according to +R Piuerre.
with some fresh ideas and made some inspirational site visits. Picture shows grand staircase of Chateau de Loup in Belgium build in 1912 according a design from architect J. Vercoutere.
The stairway above the entrance hall to Zaha Hadid’s Maxxi museum in Rome
By Alphaville Architects via Archdialy
Handrail detail at Historical Museum Berlin
Staircase designed for Jacques Doucet fashion designer by Joseph Csaky via Wikipedia
By AFK Studios in London
By our sponsor EeStairs via Architonic
Helical lacquered designed for Tom Ford store in London via Pubbiz
the staircase’s with a minimal aesthetic look and feel by Contekst via Dezeen
A staircase with structural balustrades in brushed stainless steel connects two of the three levels by Allied Works Architecture via Interior Design
A dramatic oak staircase with a sweeping handrail connects the five storeys of this Victorian convent building in south London by John Smart Architects
Pale oak staircases by architect Wilson Tang via Dezeen
The staircase is a bit more solid, but no less eye catching. In a Paris store by March Architect.
Highly mirror polished balustrade and ziz-zag staircase over multiple levels for Dior store in Seoul by Fubiz
Designed by Jim Eyre of Wilkinson Eyre calls it the “dynamic stair”, not just for its sinuous shape but because the outer glass balustrade is designed to put its users on display in an encouragement to visitors to use it. Its form is not based on DNA, he says, or any living thing: “We prefer […]
Early-19th-century ancestor portraits line the painted-metal balustrade, whose handmade fretwork incorporates the Chinese symbol for longevity via Architectural Digest
So far, the design appears to be a success. After just four months in the space, 79 percent of the building’s employees reported they were working more collaboratively with their colleagues, and 70 percent reported that they felt healthier by Hassel via Architectural Digest
Category: cantilevered stairs / carbon fiber stairs / center-stringer stairs / closed riser / concrete stairs / dog-leg stairs / floating stairs / glass stairs / helical stairs / metal stairs / miscellaneous / open risers / straight stairs / timber stairsJune 11, 2015
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A living spiral staircase with open spaces for reading, drawing, relaxing and drinking tea forms the centrepiece of a newly created workspace in London’s Soho district. Designed by Paul Cocksedge Studio and completed this week via Archilovers
via the Evening Standard
Birch ply feature staircase by Carl Trenfield Architects via Dezeen
Architect Zaha Hadid trademark curves to be recognised for the staircase at Middle Eastern Centre in Oxford via Designboom
A colossal iron staircase bursts through the medieval stone walls of this fortified tower in rural Italy and into a copper-clad extension, as part of a renovation by local studio Gianluca Gelmini via Dezeen
Exciting minimalistic design of two stone treads and cantilevered woven metal plate
Category: closed riserMay 21, 2015
Entrance stone stairs for Palazzo Steri by Carlo Scarpa 1973
Two existing skylights were reconfigured into stair atria with clear glass clerestory windows which act as triple-height light wells by Abellini Sheppard Associates LLP via AIA
Interesting pattern balustrade via LA76
Timber spiral for Casa Do by Cazu Zegers
Feature stair for London mews by March & White
with some stairporn..;) by Karim Rashid via Dezeen
The triangular staircase follows the external lines of the building and is noticeable from the outside by studio GAON via Archdaily
Interesting twisted geometry of the handrail as well as the orange stringer that turns into a balustrade at the bottom end
Cantilever staircase with exciting contrasting dark oak treads and white plastered wall
Located in Lima, Peru, this modern home designed by architect Martin Dulanto Sangalli features a helical staircase visible from outside. Its striking orange color makes contrast with the white and pure colours of the house. To discover through Juan Solano’s images.
A statement staircase to inspire interaction among staff for Ontario Institute for Cancer Research in Toronto by Diamond Schmitt Architects created by our sponsor EeStairs via E-architecture
Smart staircase design with brief compact living via Boundaries
Staircase designed by Montenegro + Partners Architects designed for the Polytechnic Institute of Beja, Portugal.
The design of the feature staircase design for GSK Office Navy Yard Philadelphia has been designed to encourage employees to use the stairs between floors by Robert A.M. Stern Architects via e-architect
of internal feature stairway connecting all floors and promoting ease of movement throughout the workplace, to improve internal communication, encouraging greater productivity. It has already provided a positive impact on the company’s performance and well-being. PTTEP Headquarters designed by Hassell Studio
Staircase forms part of first Kids Museum in Ckina by Coordination Asia via Archdaily
By MM++ Architects to withstand tropical weather
The steel plate forming the stringboard of the stairs opens a gap between the interior and the original structure by Atelier Général
Folded steel multi directional white staircase with interesting contrasting wall for Ogilvy HQ in Cape Town South Africa
By Delphine Krakoff
A grand helical staircase created by Agence Nicolas Michelin & Associes for the National Libary in Strassbourg
coiling around 8.10 m radius was built in segments. Once landings were attached to the concrete floors, the flights of stairs were soldered by sections on the spot, before being hoisted up to 12 meters. The whole staircase was then hung at 27.5 meters from the square base of the dome’s spire by 120 brushed steel cables. Its shape was obtained by installing a circular ring at the confluence point of two conical revolutions.