41 Staircase Wood Railing Metal Railing Design Photos And Ideas

Thompson wanted to create "layered and veiled spaces" inside, which was achieved with multiple places to gather in the main corridor. The corridor is open from the second floor down to the basement, and has a combination of skylights and windows for ample light. Paradis MetalWorks supplied the rail and stair stringers.
My favorite photo, the stairs through the over-sized living slider
The largest single piece of steel in the staircase is 17 feet long and 10 feet tall.
Assembled from 5/8” thick plate steel with white oak treads, the staircase took eight months to fabricate, assemble, and paint.
The Lego stair as a growing playground
Stair detail with curios and plants.  White oak and steel.
Laboring over every material and line, this project is the result of rigorous design and planning with the clients. With a constant requirement for precision, the joinery and timing of materials throughout the home create clean, harmonic spaces that carry one throughout the home. Celebrating a truth in materials, white walls highlight the wide variety of finishes including clear timber, sandstone, marble, cork, concrete, and steel.
Thanks to the crisp neutral shade, the staircase carries light from floor to floor.
The stair features custom installations by lighting designer Johanna Grawunder. When turned off, the panels appear as mirrors; when on, reflecting LED lights, giving the twisted stair forms an exaggerated “funhouse-like” effect.
Near the front door, charred oak treads float on a blackened steel stringer to the master suite and on to the roof.
Staircase-VILLA CP
The steel stair treads delicately land atop a white brick base. A brass handrail completes the circulation.
Siegal chose a diagrid structure for the factory-built steel modules; polycarbonate panels create a luminous space beneath the stairs.
In staircase, large spans of glazing frame views to the slopes beyond.  Wood Stair treads and a steel guardrail modernize the circulation space.  A George Nelson bench sits below the window, decorated by a Ohio Design Blocky.
Paper lanterns from IKEA illuminate the lofted level. The structures, connected by sheltered walkways, frame a grassy courtyard. “Compositionally, I was trying to create bookends to the clubhouse.” Wells says. “I looked at all the parts in assembly.”
Chairs 618 by Carlo Scarpa for Meritalia, Calicut carpet by Ruckstuhl, Cork Family coffee table by Vitra, ashtray by Enzo Mari for Danese
Stair with yellow-filtered light through facade
Entry
Stair screen
Stair to third floor family room
Sunlight is plentiful at every level of the house.
Staircase design in milled eucalyptus wood, designed by Marcante-Testa, built by Materia Design.
The “inhabited” landing foreshadows the intimacy of the apartments.
The stairs are made of fumed and stained-engineered oak with a solid oak cap. Thanks to its complex geometrically, no level is the same.
The stair’s folded volumes juxtapose solid wood forms with light-filled voids.
Entrance, staircase, dots
Stair to Roof
Stainless steel stair and White Oak accent wall

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.