Biology inspired staircase situated in a South Korean medical centre
Posts Tagged ‘Curved Stairs’
Amazing use of concrete on this large US staircase.
Category: closed riserJune 20, 2013
Gently curving red staircase with an incorporated bookshelf.
A double helix staircase with steel balustrade with red internal faces
Steel helical staircase with pitched soffit and appears to alter radii throughout the flight.
Site specific installation by the Dutch artist Jasper Niens for the art fair ARCOmadrid
Lovely example of how a coloured soffit can make it really stand out.
Good example of curved timber balustrade.
Steel walled elliptical staircase with grid tread.
Category: closed riserAugust 6, 2012
This curved flight looks like it should belong in a 70′s sci-fi TV show.
A European oak staircase in a curved entrance hall with stainless rod infill balustrade
Ash central stringer and elm treads on this all timber flight.
White walls combined with existing brick staircase and new timber staircase look superb
Category: closed riserMarch 14, 2012
This white horse-shoe shaped staircase has organic looking alcoves built in giving it a sculptural look.
Unusual organic looking timber balustrade formed of bent ash wood.
Floating staircase in the “Godzilla House” in Seoul, Korea.
A monolithic steel structure designed as a double spiral with pedestrian and cycling lanes
Continuing a vague theme of black stairs, here is a helical stair with treads that appear to float
Philip Watts Design in Nottingham, England specialise in no compromise avant-garde staircases. This one features a helical rolled beam that has structurally bonded glass treads and rises within a glass shaft. Domestic client in London
Category: helical stairsFebruary 24, 2010
Take a look at the soffit on this helical stair situated in an incredible luxury home. via Lilo Magazine
Category: timber stairsFebruary 16, 2010
It took 500 hours to carve this extraordinary staircase from a 50 tonne section of an ancient Kauri tree. Read more at Ancient Kauri Kingdom
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
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: helical stairsJanuary 11, 2010
Double flight helical staircase with lights in the soffit. Via the coolhunter
EeStairs supplied this dramatic helical stair for Aegon’s Headquarters in the Hague. EeStairs
Category: dog-leg stairsAugust 10, 2009
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