Staircase is at Hilti Headquarters in Schaan by Baumschlager Eberle
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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