Metal Staircase Designs & Ideas
La maison de cèdre
Kaegebein Fine Homebuilding LLC
Mark Brand Architecture
A New Modern House in San Francisco, California’s North Beach Neighborhood This house, designed with fellow Architect Jane F. Mah, was a seminal project in the transition of our firm’s aesthetic from Post Modernism toward Modernism. From a programmatic point of view, our challenge was to create a larger home from an existing 625 square foot carriage house located above a garage. Because the existing structure was legally built but did not conform to the City’s current planning code, the structure could not be enlarged. By inserting three floors within the original building envelope, we were able to create almost 2000 square feet of living area. The centerpiece of the interior is a curving pigmented steel and maple stair. Other features of note include custom cabinetry stained in two colors, built-in cantilever shelving, a custom desk and the two-story entry space. Fung Shui principles were incorporated at the owner’s request.
Entering the front door under a walnut soffit you face the light and airy new steel and wood stairway – the partition wall behind masks your view to the dining room beyond. Photo Credit: Paul Dyer Photography
Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects
Elements of the vertical stucco masses enter into the house to form sculptural backdrops for the fireplaces, playing off wood and stone floors. (Photo: Juergen Nogai)
Cushman Design Group
Photography by Susan Teare
villa. architect : dror barda (drorbarda.com)
Project for austec Shamir building. architects :studio arcasa
Nico van der Meulen Architects
Photography by: Barry Goldman and David Ross
Conceptions des gardes corps métalliques. Auparavant, les gardes corps de l'escalier et des paliers étaient en bois, avec des montants verticaux assez larges et de couleur foncée, cela obscurcissait la pièce. Le bois et le metal se marie très bien et donne de la modernité à l'ensemble.