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British designer Thomas Heatherwick presented a structure comprising 154 staircases for a vast development Manhattan’s West Side via Dezeen
Dubai by Salvatori
By Matteo Inches via Dezeen
By Tigg Coll Architects via Dezeen
By Christian Kerez via Divisare
By British architect Luke Lowings of Carpenter Lowings worked with American sculptor James Carpenter on the design via Dezeen
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« Standing unsupported at almost 11.5 metres tall, the staircase “floats” above its picturesque setting in the the Tielt-Winge municipality. via Dezeen
Greece Workshop – Dionissis Sotovikis
The barcode inspired, bronze coloured aluminium veil was added as suicide prevention in 2012 and was designed by Joel Sanders Architects, following three suicides (by jumping from the balcony) in 2003 and 2009. Today the veil dominates the building’s interior. The laser-cut aluminium panels and vertical supports were painted to match the existing bronze coloured […]
It’s called Opificio Golinelli and is a “place of doing” by Diverserighestudio
By Yi Architects via Divisare
EeStairs® MindStep the perfect combination of sustainability and design. EeStairs has been awarded 2016 Winning design by Architizer
by Tumblers Architects via Architettura-Italiana
Designed for a floating house by Mos Architects via Dwell
By Gianluca Insinna via Architettura Italiana
by Bell Philips Architects via Dezeen
By architecture studio Taranta Creations features a staircase within a labia-like office via Dezeen
Contemporary design and fabrication processes were used to produce a staircase with “wing-shaped” folded steel treads at the heart of this renovated New York City apartment by local studio Incorporated
Cantilever steel staircase, attached to a four-storey-high wall of patinated, burnished metal by Timothy Hatton Architects for rug designer Deirdre Dyson’s studio.
Oyler Wu Collaborative designed the lab a mind-boggling staircase that looks like MC Escher mated
The staircases are shaped as continuous ribbons — akin to a squared snaking form — constructed with 50-millimeter-thick English oak. The wood was cut from old mill structural beams to ensure sturdiness by Neil Tomlinson Architects via Architizer
16th Avenue Tiled Steps, San Francisco
A gossamer ribbon of accordion-folded perforated stainless steel by Span Architecture via Interior Design Magazine
by Kengo Kuma via Interior Design
Art installation named ‘New York City Apartment Corridor First Floor plus Ground Floor Staircase’ by artist Do Ho Suh at the Bristol Museum & Art Gallery
Interesting stacked oak balustrade
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 staircase / 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
at Poltrona Frau in London
Handrail detail at Historical Museum Berlin
Opaque treads and off centre stringer make this an elegant design by Guido Constantino via Archdialy
by Design & Weld
By AFK Studios in London
Cantilever, floating black and white contrasting staircase
the staircase’s with a minimal aesthetic look and feel by Contekst via Dezeen
The staircase is a bit more solid, but no less eye catching. In a Paris store by March Architect.
By APOLLO Architects & Associates 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 / miscellaneous / open staircase / straight stairs / timber stairsJune 11, 2015
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A functional sculptural element to the spine of the house by MCK Architects
with some stairporn..;) by Karim Rashid via Dezeen
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
Red and yellow staircase suspended in mid-air by Edwards Moore via Architecture and Design
Smart staircase design with brief compact living via Boundaries
Staircase designed by Montenegro + Partners Architects designed for the Polytechnic Institute of Beja, Portugal.
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
Juilliard School part of a major redevelopment plan for the Lincoln Center, project on which DS+R has been working with FXFOWLE. The details on this project are stunning, specially the stairs via Archdaily.
The central atrium has a large light installation, situated on the bottom side of all stairs crossing the room. It has a changing cyclus over 26 hours so the impression varies all the time for Deloitte HQ in Copenhagen by 3XN via e-architects
The oak cladded staircase travels through a renewal of ‘Stedelijk Museum Hof van Busleyden’in Belgium by DMVA Architects via Divisare
Great detail and use of space underneath this oak staircase with steel rods for a 425 square feet appartement by Specht Harpman Architects via Design Milk
Cantilever milk white laminated treads compliment the white oak interior by Ramón Esteve Estudio via Fubiz
A nice and contrasting brass balustrade to the concrete staircase for the new gateway building at HEC School of Management by David Chipperfield Architects via Divisare
Villa panza celebrated the ingenuity of renowned american artists robert irwin and james turrell with an exhibition entitled ‘aisthesis – the origin of sensations‘. a total of 19 works — encompassing projections, installations and sensory environments — have been integrated into the spaces of the italian villa-turned-gallery-space. two new works created by irwin and turrell had been sited specifically for the exhibition: turrell’s ganzfeld ‘sight unseen’ and irwin’s ‘varese scrim’. ‘sight unseen’ has seen the gallery’s main stable block transform into an emotive, endless landscape, whereas ‘varese scrim’ creates an immersive labyrinth shaped by natural light.
italian photographer simone bossi takes us inside the exhibition through his lens, capturing the seemingly-endless colourful voids and ghostly mazes of illumination mapped out by two of the most innovative creatives working with the medium of light in the field today via Designboom
Thick concrete staircases with timber treads transport visitors to a series of concrete walkways that connect the floors for wealthy art investors who can enjoy their collections while avoiding tax thanks to a new duty-free storage unit at Luxembourg international airport by Atelier d’Architecture 3BM3 via Dezeen
The intricate network of stairs, walls and glass create, if nothing else, an eye-catching structure for neighbours to gawk at and peer into. An algorithmic house by Yuusuke Karasawa made from steel and glass via Spoon Tamago
Minimal staircase with the merest sliver of a balustrade. Open maple treads nonchalantly cantilever out from a sinuous white flank wall by Rick Mather Architects.
Large timber treads for Leeds Performing Arts building by Opsis Architects 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 staircase / ramps / space saving stairs / spiral stairs / stone stairs / straight stairs / timber stairsJanuary 12, 2015
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Lyons’ 41X in Melbourne a hybrid public–commercial building that serves as a new public face for the Australian Institute of Architects. The facade show the inner stairwells.
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 staircase / ramps / space saving stairs / spiral stairs / stone stairs / straight stairs / timber stairsJanuary 5, 2015
Dezeen’s top 10 staircases of 2014.
Starting as a spiral turning straight steel staircase with interesting steel rusty finish balustrade designed by Gerstner Architects for an apartment in Tel Aviv via 1kinddesign.
The front door opens onto a double height entry foyer where a sculptural stair draws the focus upwards.” say the architects. “The lines of the stair invite the natural and fluid transition from the ground floor entrance to the living spaces above.”Canadian Architects Naturhumaine have transformed an urban row house in Montreal. via Dailytonic
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
Industrial look achieved by showing non polished materials with large robust fixings for this loft space apartment.