59 Staircase Concrete Tread Design Photos And Ideas

The XXX square-foot terrace is just one room wide at the front with a compact courtyard at the rear.
The concrete staircase that leads to the basement is illuminated with LED strips.
Cliff Dwelling | Olson Kundig
Cliff Dwelling | Olson Kundig
Cliff Dwelling | Olson Kundig
Cliff Dwelling | Olson Kundig
Cliff Dwelling | Olson Kundig
Cliff Dwelling | Olson Kundig
Concrete and timber meet again on the stairs that lead to the upper level.
Aranzazu House - Besonías Almeida arquitectos
Aranzazu House - Besonías Almeida arquitectos
The original concrete stairwell with metal balustrade
Sleek concrete tread stair meets polished concrete flooring on lower level
Feature stair
The terrace is visible as soon as one enters the property. It draws arriving guests into the heart of the home where they can instantly connect with the outdoors.
A wooden staircase leads up to the entrance of the house.
A material palette of concrete, wood, stone, and marble both contrast and complement the native sclerophyll trees around the site.
On the first floor, a tiled entrance foyer with storage space for a few jackets and about six pairs of shoes flows towards a master bedroom with a walk-in closet.
Buenos Aires-based Estudio Ramos designs a concrete, wood, and iron stable that houses 44 prized horses and melds with the surrounding plains. Made of exposed cast concrete and local hardwoods, the structure pays homage to three master architects. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s sharp lines are apparent throughout the project, while the walls and a connecting reflecting pool were influenced by Luis Barragán. The interplay between light and concrete is a nod to Tadao Ando.
House in Tokyo is a minimal residence designed by Ako Nagao + miCo for a couple who required a music studio. The site is located between reinforced concrete mid-to-high-rise apartments and an old wooden housing area. The volume needed to be closed and
The lower level has its own separate entrance for privacy.
Interior Staircase
A concrete-block-lined hallway connects the pavilions.
First and foremost, the home was designed to be a comfortable family home.
The views of the fjord are magnificent, both facing the vast open Norwegian ocean as well as looking towards the mountain.
The main living area features a full glass frontage facing the mountains and stairs lead
Concrete steps lead from the living room to the upper level.
Exposed concrete is used for the rail-less stairs.
The materials throughout the house are durable and are meant to make people feel genuinely relaxed. Mcllwee explains, “It’s not a tremendously big house, but it’s mesmerizing.”
The enclosed green ramp.
A floating staircase, with distant views into the back garden.
The walls are covered in Graniplast, a tinted acrylic finish. Nathan Pereira Arquitectos y Diseño advised on the facade, floors, and finishes. All the bedrooms are off one hallway; the three children’s rooms were designed by Vanessa Clark.
The single skylight helps light the artists' workstation. The simple interior, really a shed with smooth concrete surfaces, provides a stark yet airy space for creative pursuits.
Staircase, Staircase Lighting by Yael Perry

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.