M Lofts

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.

Project team: Richard Goodstein, Joshua Yates
Contractor: Perfect Renovation, Brooklyn, NY
Millwork: cej design, Brooklyn, NY
Photography: Christopher Duff

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aditis081
Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to Step by Step: 15 Staircase Designs to Love5 March 2018

12. Bold, steep and exceptionally eccentric, these alternating treads give a creative twist to the standard staircase, while adding a sculptural quality to the staircase.

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joyousjazz added this to Stairs27 August 2021

another profile, effective use of area, open, safety?

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