Impressive glass, steel and timber staircase with no inner stringer
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Stair, bookshelf, seating, slide, all brilliantly combined
For nature lovers!!
Amazing example of an organic looking ribbon staircase.
This staircase has incredibly large goings on the treads and a tiny rise height, known as easy risers in some parts of the world
Now this has to be one of the strangest stairs we have seen
Category: glass stairsDecember 11, 2012
Glass treads and unusually mesh panels as balustrade.
Fantastic idea! The upper flight is simply the lower flight upside down
Sinuous central stringer which flares out at base and landing
Wow, this must have taken a while to tile.
Category: straight stairsNovember 1, 2012
Glitz and glamour for this sparkly tread staircase in the Swarovski store on the Champs Elysée
Nice curved tread and riser detail to this Norwegian Staircase
Ultra modern faceted floating staircase. Via be inspired by SKEW Collaborative
Wooden treads continuing past the risers, gaps in the supporting wall, along with the timber slope add charm to this staircase
Treads double as shelves in this suspended horse-shoe shaped staircase
As the article in Dezeen states, ‘dogs need handrails?’
Large commercial flight supported entirely by cables
Segmented covered, yet internal staircase, with green interior and white exterior
Interesting top detail to the wall of this helical staircase.
Tiny staircase tightly integrated into wall design.
A project for the weekend. I am sure the kids will help
A beautiful helical staircase with solid inner wall timber treads and glass outer balustrade. By EeStairs
Amazing staircase (I guess technically a ramp) from 1958
A large straight staircase which has been placed in a large red glass box. This box acts as the balustrade.
White staircase with timber soffit. Cool wall installation enhances the stair.
Organic spine melting staircase
Category: floating stairsFebruary 3, 2012
Walnut cabinet integrates with the stair and becomes the guardrail for the lower section. Slender steel verticals above provide a harmonious backdrop to the living room.
Timber treads made up of off-cuts.
An S-shaped staircase on plan with solid balustrade and painted bright orange
Its not often we see bare concrete and glass together. It looks awesome!
Steel treads and risers protruding from a wall supported only by cables.
Twisted balusters with branch detailing
This cantilevered glass helical stair coils around a 4 meter diameter aquarium over 15 metres in height, with each tread suspended 40mm from its face
Timber spiral staircase with a unique twisted timber central column.
Stainless steel and glass staircase supported by offset single stringer
Steel staircase with impossibly thin steelwork. Access is gained via glass bridge supported by cables.
The randomly sized and spaced vertical timber posts provide structure, security and look cool.
Concrete helical staircase full of curved organic shapes.
Helical staircase with tapering industrial finished stringers.
This furniture sore has cleverly integrated a display and staircase to create a unique feature
Category: floating stairsAugust 25, 2011
A white floating staircase with lights built into the underside of each tread
Category: straight stairsAugust 24, 2011
70′s looking shiny blue monolithic staircase
Straight staircase with lights between wall and treads
Floating timber treads supported by large glass panels.
Helical staircase with massive glass panels.
Category: miscellaneousJuly 22, 2011
Beautiful, softly illuminated stairway nosings
Category: timber stairsJuly 7, 2011
A solid timber balustrade which is stepped at the top and at the base
Perforated steel treads suspended by rods creating an astounding unsupported staircase.
Category: metal stairsApril 21, 2011
The steel bent and triangled through the void underneath the stair creating a precarious sense of tension between structure and danger.
Balustrade consisting of organic holes cut out of plywood with matching walls
Glass treads and balustrade on stair supported by a ‘birds nest’ of steel and timber.
Category: miscellaneousMarch 25, 2011
An article about EeStairs with a broad overview of their portfolio on stylepark.com
Category: straight stairsMarch 22, 2011
A modern take on art Deco style for this staircase
A very elegant staircase where the treads appear to float out of a supporting ribbon.
This flight of stairs has unusual triangular timber treads
An alternating tread stair made of glass.
Cast bronze skeletal stair with glass treads.
Incredible single-stringer, timber, residential staircases that appear to float over a grand foyer
Brushed aluminium with clear powder coating and hardwood treads
Category: timber stairsFebruary 1, 2011
Staircase inspired by the garden. ‘A complex, delicate and highly articulated mathematical sequence, digitally fabricated’. Via Atmos studio
Category: metal stairsJanuary 31, 2011
Interesting balustrade or art? Via Bigoni-Mortemard
A large glass landing which includes glass balustrade. The steel baluster and glass infill interface is neat.
A helical staircase perched on stilts with minimal balustrade.
A straight staircase with a steel screen doubling as balustrade
This open straight staircase has shelving one side and adjustable louvres on the other.
A brutal looking staircase with rough sawn timber treads
This fantastic staircase is constructed of hand-blown blue glass rectangles that are supported by cast bronze clips and stainless steel cables.
Category: helical stairsDecember 3, 2010
Based on Veronoi diagrams, the cell design is randomly generated for each project
Category: helical stairsDecember 2, 2010
The spine has the appearance of an ivory tusk, but no elephants harmed!
Unusually thick treads blend perfectly with the exposed brickwork.
Very organic steel and glass stair
An all glass spiral, with an in-depth explanation into how it was achieved
Floating staircase in the “Godzilla House” in Seoul, Korea.
TRE-509-smallA timber floating staircase which is integrated into a feature wall. Via EeStairs
Category: timber stairsSeptember 23, 2010
Incredible craftsmanship on these timber stairs. via trapart
Category: spiral stairsSeptember 22, 2010
Stacked pepples have inspired this spiral stair for a trade show. Via Captivatist
Japanese house on many levels all served by stair hidden behind angled timber partitions. Due to the angles it appears that the timber walls have been folded.
Category: timber stairsAugust 16, 2010
If you have the space and the books, then why not. Click on the link to see more Via Fubiz
Category: glass stairsAugust 10, 2010
Apart from a few stainless steel fixings this is all glass. Via Santambrogiomilano
Category: cantilevered stairsJuly 28, 2010
An ‘S’ shaped staircase supported by a white wall with steel blades supporting the treads. Via bookshelf porn
Category: timber stairsJune 16, 2010
A floor mounted post supports each tread. Via Weheart
Stone treads wrap around the central stringer hiding it
Cantilevered or floating external staircase, supported on a wall garden. Via bustler.
Impossible thin stringers. Via Dwell.com
tampa02dailyiconLarge public stair with an infinite number of treads. via Daily icon
A birds nest style stair with seemingly little holding it up. Via Archdaily
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’ [...]
Category: helical stairsFebruary 24, 2010
Take a look at the soffit on this helical stair situated in an incredible luxury home. via Lilo Magazine
A very bright shiny staircase, reminiscent of Heatherwicks Longchamp NY staircase. 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: miscellaneousJanuary 27, 2010
via plataforma arquitectura
Graz / Steiermark | Österreich | Realisiert 2009 by Schlosser + Partner Photo Croce+Wir found at ArchiTonic
Category: straight stairsJanuary 7, 2010
Image submitted by Paul Tankel
Melting Chocolate walls and ceilings at the Godiva store in Japan. First food inspired stair? Via Yatzer
Staircase designed by Michael van Beuren (1911-2004). Van Beuren moved to Mexico, where he designed and made furniture among other activities. As a former Bauhaus student, he was involved in the recruitment of Mies to IIT in the 1930s. In his later years, he designed and operated the first industrial plant to manufacture chip board [...]
Spiky walls enclose this marble staircase. Via archinet
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Maxxi, Rome’s new museum of contemporary art designed by Zaha Hadid The New York Times
Unusual shape staircase with a strange mix of materials. Via Archdaily
Category: rampsOctober 22, 2009
Spanish architect Alberto Campo Baeza has designed the Andalucia’s Museum of Memory located in Granada. A very good attempt of creating the interesting spatial experience through an elliptic central court which is designed to connect 3 levels spaces via the featured circular ramp. Via +MOOD