Large glass balustrade panels and cantilevered illuminated treads combine to deliver an elegant, almost sci fi stair.
Archive for the ‘glass stairs’ Category
The metal stairs are suspended from red steel wires at the far end of the lobby for the Danmarks Nationalbank by Arne Jacobsen via Dailyicon
Believed to be the longest span for a glass stair in the world. Four Seasons Centre for Performing Arts, Toronto by Diamond and Schmitt Architects
A stunningly lit glass and cable stair located in a luxurious Tel Aviv penthouse
Not like any other factory ever
Glass treads lit up with nice purple lights
Fantastic glass staircases suspended from a central post.
Category: glass stairsDecember 11, 2012
Glass treads and unusually mesh panels as balustrade.
A large stainless steel and glass staircase with a LED wall
Look at the colours on the glass treads on this staircase
This straight flight staircase with a curved rest landing has awesome supporting organic steel balustrade merging into the glass.
Closed riser stair with up-lit glass treads produces dramatic lighting in this library
Totally clear glass treads allowing obscured views of the sky
U-shaped staircase on plan comprised of glass treads and balustrade
This timber, glass and stainless steel staircase is in perfect harmony with its surroundings.
Large steel drum supports treads. Glass inner balustrade allows the stair to float within the steel drum.
Many many flights of glass stairs with opaque balustrade panels. Stringers are incredibly narrow for such large flights.
Multi-flight staircase with glass treads and curved glass balustrade.
Stainless steel and glass helical staircase with blackened soffit.
Helical staircase in drum. Black steel stringers supporting timber treads and glass balustrade
Helical staircase with an circular landing which doubles as a balcony overlooking the entrance
A circular light-well from roof to floor allows daylight to penetrate to lower floors.
Category: glass stairsOctober 26, 2011
A Serbian Pharmacy with green flowing balustrade panels.
Timber zig-zag staircase with glass balustrade.
Helical staircase with massive glass panels.
Category: glass stairsAugust 11, 2011
Unusual rectangular glass panels instead of raking glass panels
A helical staircase with large treads and faceted glass balustrade.
Combination of helical glass and wall for this large staircase
A stair with full treads and risers forms a zig-zag timber ribbon. Glass balustrade and stainless steel handrail completes the staircase.
Simple design but nicely executed.
Glass treads and balustrade on stair supported by a ‘birds nest’ of steel and timber.
A glass screen at an angle creates a dynamic effect.
Multi flight staircase supported on central stringer
These glass treads also incorporate lights
A very elegant staircase where the treads appear to float out of a supporting ribbon.
Glass and blackened stainless steel stair is the centrepiece for a family’s New York town house.
Opaque glass balustrade on a timber staircase.
An alternating tread stair made of glass.
Cast bronze skeletal stair with glass treads.
We have published many of these types of staircase but this one, unusually, does not connect at the base
Steel staircase using floor to ceiling glass panels as balustrade.
A large glass landing which includes glass balustrade. The steel baluster and glass infill interface is neat.
A spiral staircase with glass treads and really cool colour changing lights
A sandblasted wall of glass provides translucent balustrade for this flight of stairs
This fantastic staircase is constructed of hand-blown blue glass rectangles that are supported by cast bronze clips and stainless steel cables.
Very organic steel and glass stair
An all glass spiral, with an in-depth explanation into how it was achieved
This floating stair has a glass screen which is raked back, giving the stair a dynamic look.
Instead of clear glass, why not inject some colour into your glazed wall?
Category: glass stairsOctober 14, 2010
A glass wall forms the balustrade to one side of this lobby staircase
This elegant stair design with 99% glass is located in California.
A complimentary mix of materials on this helical stair by stal & plat Stockholm Sweden
A combination of simple materials, colours and design create this elegant looking staircase. Via Archdaily
Rod balustrade also acting as stringer on this glass staircase. Via ALFA-Design
We like apple stores The new Apple retail store at Covent Garden in London has cantilevered glass and steel staircases between bare brick walls and arches. via apple
Category: glass stairsAugust 10, 2010
Apart from a few stainless steel fixings this is all glass. Via Santambrogiomilano
Category: glass stairsJuly 16, 2010
Using plastics as the tread material give better lighting effects than glass treads. Not sure what this dude is doing on the stair!
Glass staircase which leads nowhere in central New York. Via archdaily
Category: glass stairsJune 15, 2010
A hidden curved staircase gains you access to glass stair over the lobby area. Being high up on the glass staircase maximises its exposure and impact on the user. Via Dezeen
A monolithic steel structure designed as a double spiral with pedestrian and cycling lanes
Category: glass stairsApril 26, 2010
Four floor feature atrium staircase with curved structural glass balustrade
Nice simple timber treads stainless steel stringer and glass balustrade staircase
A very nice stair designed by Erick van Egeraat, engineered and supplied by EeStairs. The twisted glass panels are a serious technical challenge! Trappen met uitstraling en allure.
tampa02dailyiconLarge public stair with an infinite number of treads. via Daily icon
Laminated glass treads with blue interlayer and sandblasted log to top tread. Curved toughened glass and mild steel stringers. Chris Rowland designs stairs as Clear Edge Design working with a number of fabricators in SE England.
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
Love the glass drum. By Balthaup Via contemporist
A very bright shiny staircase, reminiscent of Heatherwicks Longchamp NY staircase. Via plataformaarquitectura
Massive helical staircase. How many rises without a rest landing? Via plataformaarquitectura
Large staircase with minimal steelwork suspended. Via Architonic
Suspended helical stair, which accounts for tiny stringers. Beneath the glass floor is a tiled lotus pond.Via Palm Beach Daily
An ‘EeStairs trappen special’, this sculptural helical staircase was installed in the Mega-Yacht NorthLander. It winds up 3 flights to the upper-deck where it terminates in a self sealing glass structure. This unusual stair was supplied by Dutch company ‘EeStairs’. As they say in Holland ‘Trappen met uitstraling en allure’.
via designzine online
Every kid (and adult male?) dream stair. Via crunchgear
Multi flight staircase with tapering glass panels. Via Dezeen
Simple straight flight with sandblasted glass panels. Via Archdaily
Desk, storage and staircase all combined into one. Via contemporist
A beautiful helical stair with glass treads, designed by Tjep. A Dutch architect. In this case the green of the glass matches perfectly with the Heineken brand color. www.tjep.com
A design of Geoffrey Packer from EeDesign. A beautiful helical stair with triangular stringer which includes lights to illuminate the glass treads. www.EeDesign.co.uk
EeStairs supplied this dramatic helical stair for Aegon’s Headquarters in the Hague. EeStairs
Cantilevered stair by nArchitects via Plataforma Arquitectura