Flowing and clashing lines make for an interesting steel balustrade design.
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Staircase lined with over 500 aluminium extrusions of varying colours
Category: miscellaneousApril 26, 2013
A nice detail of a traditional newel post redesigned for a monolithic balustrade.
Category: miscellaneousApril 24, 2013
These balconies enhance the rectangular building no end.
This is a cool idea, random height balusters.
Glass balustrade in large stepped, stone clad base.
Site specific installation by the Dutch artist Jasper Niens for the art fair ARCOmadrid
Laser cut balustrading which is composed of flowing lines.
Amazing newel post
Category: miscellaneousJanuary 16, 2013
This is the entrance monument for Fujitec escalator manufacturing company in Japan. Looks like you could almost walk up it! Via user submission, by Takayuki Tomoi
Category: miscellaneousDecember 21, 2012
Merry Christmas and see you next year for some more stairporn.
Very unusual store with unusual balustrade.
Another brightly coloured staircase and stairwell.
A functional staircase which has been well thought out.
This ordinary concrete stair features a fantastic customisable cord balustrade. If you get bored, you can change the cord.
This show house is all staircase, and includes table/catwalk integrated into the stair
Category: miscellaneousDecember 22, 2011
Timber balustrade panels with organic grass like patterns.
A pedestrian roller-coaster. Looks fun, especially the loop the loop
Stair lighting can add some flair to any set of stairs.
Category: miscellaneousOctober 17, 2011
Glass balustrade used as advertising
Category: miscellaneousOctober 13, 2011
Earlier on in the week we had a tapering stringer staircase. Now we have tapering treads. The staircase is narrow at the base and increases in width. Via The Coolhunter, designed by Chenchow Little architects
Category: miscellaneousOctober 7, 2011
Where space is at a premium a handrail recessed into the wall can free up those precious millimetres.
Category: miscellaneousSeptember 6, 2011
Simple organic balustrade which is not over-bearing.
Category: miscellaneousJuly 22, 2011
Beautiful, softly illuminated stairway nosings
Puma shop using timber stairs as a display.
Category: miscellaneousMarch 25, 2011
An article about EeStairs with a broad overview of their portfolio on stylepark.com
Category: miscellaneousNovember 23, 2010
External stairs of the world, all, well lots, listed on this site.
Category: miscellaneousOctober 30, 2010
For added grip on stair treads with an modern edge
Category: miscellaneousOctober 21, 2010
This external balustrade has been seamlessly integrated into the fabric of the building
Category: miscellaneousSeptember 17, 2010
Using a steel structure, small celluloid panels where used in this chaotic looking balustrade. Via Plusmood
Category: miscellaneousJuly 20, 2010
Oak treads with an increasing width black band as you head up the stair. The black stripe has many purposes/effects; to steer you towards the left hand side; shelving; a shadow of the stair above. Via Design milk
Category: miscellaneousJune 24, 2010
For those on a tight budget, a solution to balustrade on an existing staircase. Via Flickr
Category: miscellaneousJune 22, 2010
Stairporn new summer HQ. link via Fubiz, made by la cabane perchee
Glass staircase which leads nowhere in central New York. Via archdaily
Something between a shelf and a ladder, the form of the stair can serve as permanent home for plants or a temporary place for a book or a drink.
Category: miscellaneousMay 17, 2010
This balustrade is pure chaos in a house renovation, but we like it.
Plastic treads on a staircase leading to kids play area. Via momoy.com
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.
Category: miscellaneousApril 8, 2010
Spiral staircase lined with bookcases by Portuguese architect Manuel Maia Gomes. The staircase forms part of a project called House Antero de Quental that involved converting the former home of a nineteenth century poet into a literary centre. Via Dezeen
Category: miscellaneousMarch 24, 2010
Balustrade to a small sunken lecture theatre. Via Archinet
Category: miscellaneousMarch 16, 2010
Interesting balustrade submitted by a StairPorn fan; “I designed this railing in carbon steel, but when the architect and I couldn’t decide on a color, we went with stainless. All screws are countersunk, so no fasteners are really visible, except on the floating stair, where the contractor made them too narrow to follow the same installation.”
Photo taken on iPhone. Stairs leading down to canal at Regents Canal, London
A bit of fun for friday afternoon. Via visualizeus
HG studio of Stuttgart and Berlin recently designed the Mercedes Benz Museum situated in Stuttgart , where 120 years of Automobile History is represented trough an impressive double helix, sort of like an automotive DNA strand. Of course everything inside is silver! The stairs share much with the entrance to the building ‘Veles et Vents’ [...]
paros, greece architect Metaxas photographer D.Benetos
Check out the grass! Via contemporist
Category: miscellaneousJanuary 27, 2010
via plataforma arquitectura
Very creative and cost effective balustrading. Via Dezeen
Category: miscellaneousJanuary 16, 2010
You approach this staircase on a glass walkway over a koi-pond. The staircase is suspended over the open part of the koi-pond without any vertical support in the water, to enable a pool cleaner to be used under it. The treads are backlit with LED striplights. The staircase diverges on the landing and becomes a [...]
Category: miscellaneousJanuary 16, 2010
Atelier 109 ltd. The Intelligence of the Hand. Small firm based in Uk, Cambridge. Specialist in stone staircase. Massive and bespoke cantilever staircase. Very good reference. www.atelier109.co.uk
Category: miscellaneousDecember 23, 2009
Merry Christmas 2009 from stair porn. Via flickr.
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Les Fleurs Hotel Interview with the architect, Lucchese