Stringers under the curved treads with stainless steel balusters.
Posts Tagged ‘Circular Staircases’
A nice example of a helical stair in a drum
These staircase are joined by a large walkway all designed to match. Painted black, they really stand out in this double height space.
A new elliptical stone staircase in a rectangular opening.
Amazing stone helical staircase with clever use of walls as support
Category: helical stairsNovember 9, 2010
A curved wall with slots in provides the balustrade for this helical stair.
Category: concrete stairsAugust 23, 2010
Very elegant steel ribbon acting as balustrade. Stone treads have a circular hole to allow light to penetrate into the lower parts of the stairwell. Via Dailytonic
Category: miscellaneousJune 22, 2010
Stairporn new summer HQ. link via Fubiz, made by la cabane perchee
Photo taken on iPhone. Stairs leading down to canal at Regents Canal, London
Category: spiral stairsFebruary 18, 2010
Erik Gunnar Asplund, known all over the world for the Woodland Cemetery in Stockholm, designed the Stockholm Civic Library in 1920 circa. This spiral staircase, located in a minor room, looks very much like a modern stair but is actually from the 20′s.
Centre piece is a cherry tree, which extends through the floor and emerges as the newel post above. The steel support work was custom fabricated, the mahogany handrail was fabricated in place. The stair treads are custom made of spalted white birch, all cut from the same log. The log was cut into 2″ thick […]
Category: helical stairsFebruary 3, 2010
A staircase, located in Dresden, Germany, Saxony, a part of the library of the University of Technology. It’s a part of the new build of the IT
Category: stone stairsFebruary 1, 2010
a beautiful staircase in Bremen, Germany, built in 1900, architect Johann Georg Poppe (1837–1915)
To get us into the Christmas spirit some snowy stairs. Via flickr
Several staircases in a circular opening. Love the way they criss-cross. Via +mood
Category: spiral stairsDecember 16, 2009
A beautiful spiral staircase. What we know is that this is a project in Almere, the Netherlands, designed by an architect from Japan. Not sure, ANAA or something. Enjoy!