When you’re drunk, this stairs will appear normal. Designed byAtmos Studio, the stair is a continuation and intensification of the simple graphic skirting board lines that trace their way through the house. As they turn the corner into the stair void, they expand like a genie released from a lamp, curling and separating and bifurcating from the wall to form the delicate edge of the stair treads, lifting into the air to rise as the veil of the balustrade.
Great stair for the School of Arts in Saint Herblain, France. This unique stairs comprised of laminated timber. Some of the timber strips have been painted with strips of random colour to create a dynamic feel. Designed byTetrarc
M Loft Beds
设计的nC2architecture. Two custom designed loft beds carefully integrated into the bedrooms of an apartment in a converted industrial building. The alternate tread stair was designed to be a perfect union of functionality, structure and form. With regard to functionality, the stair is comfortable, safe to climb, and spatially efficient; the open sides of the stair provide ample and well-placed grip locations. With regard to structure, the triangular geometry of the tread, riser and stringer allows for the tread and riser to be securely and elegantly fastened to a single, central, very minimal stringer.
设计的ecole, a studio led by Nicolas Simon & Max Turnheim. This floating stairs link the living room to the private space reserved for the owner under the rooftops. Photo by Xavier Lucas
The project consists in the full restructuration of the existing space as well as the conception of various elements of furniture. The first floor was extensively decompartmentalized in order to open up toward the entrance hall, the living room and the kitchen. A space for guests, including bedroom and bathroom, was created on that same floor. A stairway links the living room to the private space reserved for the owner under the rooftops.
Continuous Ribbon Stairs
Bird Nest Like Steel Stair Mesh at Villa La Roche
设计的archiplein, a French architecture firm. Villa La Roche in Rochebaudin comes with a centerpiece staircase wrapped in an irregular steel mesh. According to the designers, the goal, here, is to sublimate qualities and the feelings already present on the spot. Photo byarchitizer.com
Zig Zag Stairs
A zigzag stairs in 72 Sentosa Cove House, Singapore byONG&ONG. Photography by Derek Swalwell
A Winding Spiral Stairs
Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, this amazing ‘continuous’ staircase is located in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Brasilia. Photo bySimon Norfolk for The New York Times.
Floating Stairs in C 51 House
Floating concrete stairs byÁbaton Arquitecturaof Spain. As shown in the photos, the brutal concrete finish of the stairs is a striking contrast between smooth surface of the white walls and polished floor, speaks volume of the message intended by the architect.
Located in Stockholm, Sweden. The stairs was designed in such a way due to space constrain in a small private residence. Designed byTAF Gabriella Gustafson & Mattias Ståhlbom. Photo by Bobo Olsson, 2006.
This is a low budget project made out of stacked boxes of pine. The cut out between the ground floor and the attic was to narrow to construct a regular stair. We had to put each step angled to get the right amount and height of them. It is well-functional and exciting to walk cause of the extra steepness.
Bookcase Stairs in London
Concrete Staircase in Oyonnax
这座建筑位于法国小镇奥乃纳克斯，受到传奇的勒·柯布西耶(Le Corbusier)的启发，受到60年代末和70年代68后革命热情的激励，大批新培训的法国建筑师前往各地寻找项目和想法，这催生了这种野蛮的极简主义混凝土楼梯。Photo by Tony Allen-Mills (Tampen/Flickr)