Staircases - Inspiration from Above
This is a difficult space to design and decorate so we are giving you some great ideas for an amazing staircase design.
Staircase, Metal Railing, and Metal Tread A perforated-metal staircase in Benjamin Moore’s Flame and built-in cabinetry in various shades of blue highlight Fougeron Architecture’s bold reinvention of a narrow row house in Noe Valley for a couple and their daughter. The stairs emphasize the home’s verticality and opens up what had been a low-ceilinged, dark interior.
Staircase, Metal Railing, and Metal Tread A spiral staircase provides a prismatic path from floor to floor in this London home. "The staircase is the hub, the soul of the project," designer Ab Rogers says. "It’s meant to be enjoyed." From the ground, the steps start with the cool colors of the earth, then get warmer as they reach up to the sky.
Staircase, Metal Railing, and Wood Tread An elliptical concrete stair forms the pivot point of each floor of the house, anchoring them to the steep escarpment; the stair also wraps around a lift core that descends, mineshaft-like to link the rest of the house to the garage level.
Staircase and Wood Tread "Concrete ribbon stairs" with timber cantilevered steps have been inserted to create a modern contrast to the building's original un-plastered walls. The staircase has been designed so that it didn't touch the exterior wall. #staircase #curvy #design #interiordesign #architecture