630 Staircase Design Photos And Ideas

First and foremost, the home was designed to be a comfortable family home.
A stairway connects the home to a lower-level swimming pool.
The skylights and light palette give the home a bright an airy feel.
Large windows and skylights provide ample natural light which is reflected off the larch interiors and white ceilings.
A staircase that connects the three levels of the house.
A reading nook on the second level.
The views of the fjord are magnificent, both facing the vast open Norwegian ocean as well as looking towards the mountain.
The amphitheater-style seating leads down to the beach area and provides stunning panoramic views of the fjord.
A retractable ladder, and no built-in furniture or cabinetry in the main living area makes a range of layouts and arrangements possible.
An interior, custom-made steel staircase with floating treads and a minimal handrail, lead to the roof deck above.
The wooden staircase winds its way between the main living space and the sleeping spaces above.
Heating is primarily powered by geothermal energy.
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Architectural in use, the stair is also a sculptural composition of a palette of metals.
A large, beautifully detailed wood pocket door allows the back of the first floor to be closed off from the rest of the floor, creating a private suite.
The steel stair treads delicately land atop a white brick base. A brass handrail completes the circulation.
The ceiling’s central bump and exposed steel grid (above) are structural as well as aesthetic features.
This flexible, double-height space is used as Julius' office.
Stairs lead up from the garden to the pool and deck.
All four bedrooms are located on the upper level.
The stairs double as auditorium-style seating.
The main living area features a full glass frontage facing the mountains and stairs lead
London-based studio AMA uses perforated solid steel plates to transform this five-story Georgian terrace house in Belgravia into a creative, contemporary home that encourages interesting play of light and shadow.
The lounge offers direct access to the deck and terraces and the remarkable view.
The North Christian Church was Eero Saarinen’s last building; he passed away unexpectedly before it was finished. Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo and Associates completed  the project three years later.
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Columbus, Indiana
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Though they give the appearance of bent plywood, each curved layer of the ribbed corridor was constructed with flat, laminated cutouts, including the rounded hand rail.
Venlet’s prototype of the armless Emperor’s Hat Chair sits near his Cuppa coffee table, made of Cor-Ten and stainless steel.
The double-height interior features a kitchen and living area on the ground level with a sleeping loft above.
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The stairway leading to the loft bedroom.
A cylindrical glass staircase with Western red cedar and painted steel mullions dominates the front of the house.The stair treads, along with the floor, are made of recycled spotted gum.
The underside of the corrugated metal platform floors are left exposed.
A space of 2.3 feet between the platforms allow the floor surfaces to double up as shelves, tables or seating.
The wooden steps a sense of warmth to the simple, minimalist interiors.
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Siegal chose a diagrid structure for the factory-built steel modules; polycarbonate panels create a luminous space beneath the stairs.
The floating staircase gives
Japanese "tansu" stairs with storage compartments underneath.
The Sholin's used Smartcore wood-effect vinyl floors in Tahitian Walnut for the new flooring.
The interiors are furnished in light colors that reflect the sunlight streaming in through the large windows.
The mix of m
“The hallway and courtyard are synonymous with each other visually, which has this very joyful quality about it,” says architect David Salmela.
Media Room
Open Stringer Staircase
Within, the split-level, 485-square-foot space accommodates up to eight people.
Custom stair made entirely of matching pine plywood.
Stairs leading up to the three bedrooms.
Concrete steps lead from the living room to the upper level.
The staircase was moved to be more prominently featured in the home's renovation. The owners' surrounding art collection makes it even more striking.
Exposed concrete is used for the rail-less stairs.
The lobby and all of 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge’s interiors were designed by INC Architecture & Design in partnership with Starwood Capital Group. And for however beautiful the lobby is, the rooms are the place you don’t want to leave. In the case of our visit—a family of four spending three nights at the hotel—that’s saying something since we stayed in the Skyline 2 Beds room, which offers two double beds. After the first night, we wished we’d been able to upgrade to a suite: Two people in a double bed does not make for the best sleep, even if it’s on a hemp-blend mattress wrapped in organic cotton sheets. But we consoled ourselves by opening our massive sliding door, nestling into the built-in seating area that’s covered in nubby textiles and gazing out at the view of the Statue of Liberty. "Every room has a floor-to-ceiling sliding window that opens to that landscape and makes you feel like you’re on a balcony," Marvel says.
Large spans of glazing frame views outwards to the surrounding landscape as one circulates through the home.

Whether grand and sweeping, rendered in wood, or a minimalist arrangment of metal and glass, the modern staircase is an example of literally elevated design. With its strong, geometric shape and functional importance, a masterful staircase can serve as the centerpiece of a building. Below are some notable examples of staircases that refuse to be ignored, and the creative tread and railing decisions that comprise them.

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