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By Stok for boutique hotel in Istanbul
16th Avenue Tiled Steps, San Francisco
By Studio Modijefsky via Delood
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.
Wraparound staircase of marble, glass and metal for ‘Watches of Switzerland’ in London
by Kengo Kuma via Interior Design
Interesting stacked oak balustrade
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 […]
Handrail detail at Historical Museum Berlin
Staircase designed for Jacques Doucet fashion designer by Joseph Csaky via Wikipedia
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
Category: cantilevered stairs / carbon fiber stairs / center-stringer stairs / closed riser / concrete stairs / dog-leg stairs / floating stairs / glass stairs / helical stairs / metal stairs / open risers / ramps / space saving stairs / spiral stairs / stone stairs / straight stairs / timber stairsJanuary 12, 2015
The iOS StairPorn app available in the App Store. https://itunes.apple.com/nl/app/stair-porn/id948591996?mt=8
Category: cantilevered stairs / carbon fiber stairs / center-stringer stairs / closed riser / concrete stairs / dog-leg stairs / floating stairs / glass stairs / guest blog / helical stairs / metal stairs / miscellaneous / open risers / ramps / space saving stairs / spiral stairs / stone stairs / straight stairs / timber stairsJanuary 5, 2015
Dezeen’s top 10 staircases of 2014.
by Architects Hagy Belzberg and Joan Behkne remake Gores Group. Behnke’s interest in pattern and form is evident in gestures small and grand. “Computer modeling facilitates design at all different scales,” he says. The staircase, a composition of complex curves with chamfered edges, has limestone treads, lit by LEDs, and a curvaceous guardrail of cerused-ash slats. It’s a seductive connector. So much so that most staffers bypass the cylindrical glass elevator, which ascends and descends alongside a carved cerused-oak screen wall. “When I was in Italy, I saw a centuries-old marble facade that was punctured and curved,” Behnke says of the inspiration for one of the patterns in the screen’s evolving surface via Interior Design.
Staircase in a rationalist/art deco-style house in Vedado, designed by Rafael de Cárdenas via Financial Times
Featherstone Young designed all the spaces to be fun and flexible with specific design elements that help guide people round the space whilst injecting a sense of humour, these include the (yellow) ʻstairway to nowhereʼ. Simple, everyday materials and the use of bright colours such as yellow, red and green complement the industrial aesthetic.via Dezeen
The stair is yellow and placed right along the main sight- and circulation lines to encourage users. for the James B. Hunt Library, North Carolina State University by Snøhetta, 2013 via Architecture Norway
Metu Modsim designed by Yazgan Design Architecture via Archdialy
for Casa Batlló designed by Antoni Gaudi between 1904 and 1906, Barcelona, Spain
A central staircase clad with vertical slats is found at the heart of the volume designed for Saint Laurent Store by Hedi Slimane via Fubiz
Valentino has opened its flagship store in Paris, designed by British architect David Chipperfield in collaboration with the brand’s creative directors, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli. The 400sqm, two-story menswear boutique is designed using palladiana marble and terrazzo stone, both traditional Italian materials with composite appearances similar to Valentino’s new trademark camouflage.via Londondesignjournal
Located on the island of St. Helena, Jacob’s Ladder is a popular attraction of Jamestown. It is is known to be the world’s longest straight staircase.
Qatar the Museum of Islamic Art, a cultural icon for the Gulf region by I.M. Pei via Dezeen
A precast staircase is one of several concrete elements that Mexican studio Warm Architects has added through the interior and exterior of this house in Cancún, Mexico via Dezeen
The staircase seems to float and bend up from the floor, making it appear more like art than function via Home Designing
Interesting how the helical flights are vertically misaligned as the geometry varies. Also unusual raking balustrade to the outside radius of the flights by 3XN via Founterior
Orange curved balustrade with dark coloured treads provide a monochromatic finishes for this helical staircase
RUSTIC STAIRCASE/HALLWAY BY RICHARD SHAPIRO A sculptural staircase with a steel balustrade winds up to the master bedroom and bath at designer and antiques dealer Richard Shapiro’s Malibu beach house.via Architecturaldigest
2-storey helical staircase is clad in Corian® Cameo White for the Queen Victoria Hotel down at Cape Town’s Waterfront
In Jantar Mantar India via World Heritage
Outdoor staircase design in spiral shape with glass balustrade and floating steps design at laurel way residence
Cantilever staircase by Saota architects
Staircase is at Hilti Headquarters in Schaan by Baumschlager Eberle
Creative and functional design.
Category: stone stairsNovember 18, 2013
‘Zobop’ staircase by artist Jim Lambie (2003) can be seen at Courtesy of Albright-Knox Art Gallery.
Category: stone stairsJuly 1, 2013
Huge staircase both width and height in the Alte Pinakothek art gallery Munich
The light filtering into the stairwell was amazing.
A huge multi-flight double helical staircase
A fairly ordinary staircase but painted with striking lines.
A stone staircase with one end of the treads in timber
Good example of curved timber balustrade.
Now this is a floating staircase!
A simple fire escape clad in the same timber as the dwelling.
Love the snaking leading edge of these treads and the stack of stone in the center
Category: stone stairsApril 17, 2012
I don’t think these will pass any codes/regulations.
This helical staircase is wrapped in a display of merchandise
Wall balustrade with stone capping and large central glass panels in this straight staircase.
With a sculptural central piece, this helical stair features a solid timber internal wall and glass balustrade to the outer side.
Helical staircase with translucent veneered marble risers
Double flight straight stone staircase with precise clean lines
A new elliptical stone staircase in a rectangular opening.
Category: stone stairsSeptember 20, 2011
Concrete steps which are disconnected from the main body of the house
Thin rods are used as balustrade rather than supporting the staircase on this large stone helical staircase.
Polished marble treads monolithic balustrade with lights create form this helical sublime staircase
Massive stone treads separated by thin spacers give the illusion of floating stone.
We like the podium effect of the first 4 treads on this monochromatic staircase.
Amazing stone helical staircase with clever use of walls as support
Category: stone stairsSeptember 28, 2010
The whole building built of brick including the staircase. The pool at the base of the stair is an unusual and cool feature. Via Archdaily
Stone treads wrap around the central stringer hiding it
paros, greece architect Metaxas photographer D.Benetos
Check out the grass! Via contemporist
Category: stone stairsFebruary 1, 2010
a beautiful staircase in Bremen, Germany, built in 1900, architect Johann Georg Poppe (1837–1915)
Chunky concrete cantilvered stair for a single occupancy residence in Japan. Via materialicious
This beautiful Stair (500 year old)is about 30′ wide and takes you to a ht of 40′+ this is in Hampi Capitol city of King KrishnaDevaraya in Karnataka,South India.Its a world Heritage City Recognized by UNESCO
via designzine online
Stairs by Serett Metalworks for the Edward Durell Stone residence
Melting Chocolate walls and ceilings at the Godiva store in Japan. First food inspired stair? Via Yatzer
Spiky walls enclose this marble staircase. Via archinet