Forged and formed uprights flow along the length of this helical balustrade
Posts Tagged ‘Contemporary Staircase’
An usual mix of timber balusters and diagonal steel uprights.
Timber treads supported by black steel balustrade
Two differing styles of staircase with common black finish.
Category: metal stairsApril 24, 2012
Simply white folded steel treads and risers. Glass screen, pole and walls are effectively the balustrade.
An elegant, refined timber staircase with glass balustrade slicing through the treads
This stair suits the house perfectly in this retro-futuristic house.
Wall balustrade with stone capping and large central glass panels in this straight staircase.
Smart helical staircase with slender white walls and soffit.
Alternate tread stair with central stringer and integrated shelving
EeStairs exclusive Cells® balustrade design on a double flight helical staircase.
A library with many flights serving several levels.
Category: miscellaneousOctober 7, 2011
Where space is at a premium a handrail recessed into the wall can free up those precious millimetres.
Stainless Steel stringers clad in timber and tempered glass balustrade
Steelwork supporting treads have been folded and extended upwards to form large balusters
Category: floating stairsSeptember 29, 2011
Suspended staircase with landing at each 90 degree turn.
This floating stair has been superbly thought out, including minimal cable balustrade and a feature storage wall.
Thin rods are used as balustrade rather than supporting the staircase on this large stone helical staircase.
Category: metal stairsSeptember 12, 2011
An innovative use of Banker Wire’s DS-5 stainless woven fabric
Timber zig-zag staircase with glass balustrade.
Category: glass stairsAugust 11, 2011
Unusual rectangular glass panels instead of raking glass panels
An impressively long unsupported floating handrail
Simple staircase but cleanly executed.
Black treads and handrail and white risers and stringers, create another monochromatic stair.
Category: timber stairsJune 7, 2011
An all timber staircase with a glass screen providing balustrade.
Bookcase integrated under and over the staircase.
Category: timber stairsMay 23, 2011
Really thin treads and risers give this stair a minimalist feel
Simple design but nicely executed.
This stair blends open and closed styles together perfectly
Timber upright not connected at the top.
Shaped timber treads supported on an offset stringer under the stair.
A glass screen at an angle creates a dynamic effect.
Opaque glass balustrade on a timber staircase.
Category: timber stairsFebruary 28, 2011
Continuous ribbon railing attached to floating rift sawn oak.
We have published many of these types of staircase but this one, unusually, does not connect at the base
Category: timber stairsFebruary 14, 2011
Cable balustrade acts as addition support for stringer
This complex, twisting staircase is the dramatic connector between this two-floor NYC duplex.
A simple horse shaped staircase
We like the way this handrail starts
This staircase has balustrade that also acts as a screen when required at the upper level.
Helical stair with treads featuring wood chips and shavings showcased behind clear glass
This large helical staircase has triangular stringers, cables and colour.
This is a reinterpretation of an original design done by TAF Architects in Sweden
A helical zig-zag stair with no stringers and unusual timber ribbon
A centrally supported staircase with cable balustrading
We love these monochromatic stairs
This floating stair has a glass screen which is raked back, giving the stair a dynamic look.
Category: straight stairsOctober 25, 2010
Unusually this staircase has no handrail, but has balusters.
A combination of simple materials, colours and design create this elegant looking staircase. Via Archdaily
Similar in style to a stair we posted last week, this one is helical. Via chictip
Category: concrete stairsSeptember 16, 2010
Sustainability to the extreme! Via Dezeen
The shape of this stair changes the higher you go, it is a true spiral.
Category: helical stairsAugust 25, 2010
Large helical staircase with stainless steel stringers. Interesting shaped balusters supporting both the glass and handrails. Via the contemporist.
Category: helical stairsAugust 19, 2010
Timber treads supported by a tapering inner stringer. Laser cut balustrade forms the outer balustrade. Via EeStairs
Category: floating stairsAugust 4, 2010
Weird suspended staircase by Weil Arets Architects. Via dezeen
No Stringers and no wall supports with this Tubular Marvel, designed by Stair Art in South Africa.
Category: helical stairsJuly 22, 2010
Staircases supported by a tube or spine can look so skeletal.
Excellent example of suspended treads. Rods also form balustrade. Via Archdaily
Category: timber stairsJune 30, 2010
Elegant use of timber as structure and balustrade. Via contemporist
The balusters, stringers and mid rails are all combined as structural elements in the form of a tube. Via EeDesign.co.uk
Category: concrete stairsJune 4, 2010
Unusual external staircase which deceases in width as you go down. Via Dailytonic
Hopefully this is a bit more stable than a jenga tower.
We have posted a few of these in the past and this is another fine example of storage and staircase combined.
Salvaged bowling alley material framed in steel evokes a single family home’s previous incarnation as a four lane bowling alley
A monolithic steel structure designed as a double spiral with pedestrian and cycling lanes
Category: glass stairsApril 26, 2010
Four floor feature atrium staircase with curved structural glass balustrade
Category: dog-leg stairsApril 22, 2010
Cable netting infill balustrade on a black staircase
Category: straight stairsApril 19, 2010
Book shelves and staircase combined
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.
tampa02dailyiconLarge public stair with an infinite number of treads. via Daily icon
Category: straight stairsMarch 10, 2010
Staircase with glass balustrade and bamboo treads. Submitted by a StairPorn visitor
Laminated glass treads with blue interlayer and sandblasted log to top tread. Curved toughened glass and mild steel stringers. Chris Rowland designs stairs as Clear Edge Design working with a number of fabricators in SE England.
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’ [...]
Stefano Cerruti’s apartment by Carlo Carossio. Via +MOOD
Category: metal stairsFebruary 15, 2010
Constructed from a single sheet of 4mm folded steel and then stiffened by the balustrade. The guarding for the entire stairwell is constructed from a single band of woven stainless steel conveyor belting, suspended from a bracket above, and held in tension from below. archdaily
Massive helical staircase. How many rises without a rest landing? Via plataformaarquitectura
A dripping melting staircase, over looking a Glacier in the French Alps by maverick uk design and fabrication company Philip Watts Design
Large staircase with minimal steelwork suspended. Via Architonic
photography by Brett Boardman
Category: miscellaneousJanuary 27, 2010
via plataforma arquitectura
Chunky concrete cantilvered stair for a single occupancy residence in Japan. Via materialicious
via designzine online
Every kid (and adult male?) dream stair. Via crunchgear
Multi flight staircase with tapering glass panels. Via Dezeen
Cantilevered stair by nArchitects via Plataforma Arquitectura
Rothoblaas limited Company / monovolume via ArchDaily
Category: dog-leg stairsAugust 10, 2009
Slattery and Acquroff
Keiichi Hayashi Architect
Category: miscellaneousAugust 10, 2009