Why do we use a staircase? Obviously, for climbing up to an upper floor or getting down to a lower one. Silly question! And we are a generation of busy, lazy people! who prefers to use the elevator or the escalators (automaticstairs) as they minimize the time and effort. I know you often avoid clambering up using your staircases build with traditional and boring style , but hey!! you would be amazed to see that Staircases can be a piece of art and architecture.In this article you will see some beautiful staircases which you can easily build similar in your home and navigate from one floor to another with style!
This spiral staircase from Eestairs is a very clever space saving solution. It fits in just one square meter. The secret is that you step at the bottom under the pole, and at the top you step above the same pole. It is made of mild steel, powder coated in any RAL color.
Staircase designed for a private residence in Stockholm, Sweden in 2006 by Gabriella Gustafson & Mattias Ståhlbom.
The concept of a delicate rippling ribbon was chosen in view of the exposed position of the staircase in the main living area of the house. The staircase is constructed from 10mm thick sheet metal. Pairs of adjoining steps connected with an oblique external side joist form a bracket anchored in the wall. Each of the brackets is constructed as a rigid frame. The higher steps bear mainly drawing forces, while pressure is transmitted through the lower steps.
STAIRCASE AND SLIDE
At the request of his children, London architect Alex Michaelis installed a slide next to the staircase in their new eco-friendly dream home.
Floating staircases are usually very elegant, stylish and minimalist. They are perfect for modern interiors and for those people who like to live on the edge.
This monolithic floating staircase is made of metal as a part of the Steel house designed by Kengo Kuma & Associates.
STAIRCASE WITH BOOK SHELVE
This staircase is an another example of how staircase could be combined with book storage. This time it looks almost like bookcase although it will give your access to the upper floor.
From above and below, the wood grain provides a contrasting and changing set of fine-grain textures set against the regular rhythms of the overall stair design.
Wall-side fixings can be particularly dramatic. And, you may like to consider a spiral staircase for steeper climbs – a stunning and space-saving solution. Staircase with no handrails designed by Italian manufacturer Cast.
Creative staircase designed for Roche residence in France.
What do you think of these staircase designs and which one are your favorites? Kindly leave your comments below…