4,89,574 Staircase Design Ideas

kensington 1
kensington 1
one house green
due to lot orientation and proportion, we needed to find a way to get more light into the house, specifically during the middle of the day. the solution that we came up with was the location of the stairs along the long south property line, combined with the glass railing, skylights, and some windows into the stair well. we allowed the stairs to project through the glass as thought the glass had sliced through the steps.
Rosedale Ave Whole House Remodel
Rosedale Ave Whole House Remodel
Jordan Design-Build Group
The old basement was a warren of random rooms with low bulkheads crisscrossing the space. A laundry room was awkwardly located right off the family room and blocked light from one of the windows. We reconfigured/resized the ductwork to minimize the impact on ceiling heights and relocated the laundry in order to expand the family room and allow space for a kid's art corner. The natural wood slat wall keeps the stairway feeling open and is a real statement piece; additional space was captured under the stairs for storage cubbies to keep clutter at bay.
C-1 House
C-1 House
Paul Cha Architect
Maple wood "Ribbon" staircase with mahogany support stringers below, arriving at second floor with Rosewood flooring folded over.
Forest Park Southeast New Construction
Forest Park Southeast New Construction
UIC Homes
One of our most popular staircases, this contemporary design features steel cable railing from floor to ceiling. A double punch design element that adds interest while not blocking the view from room to room. Call us if you'd like one in your home.
River Run
River Run
Littlewolf Architecture
Perched on a steep ravine edge among the trees. photos by Chris Kendall
House 6, Fulham
House 6, Fulham
ade architecture ltd
Matt Clayton Photography Matt Clayton
Stern Turner Home
Stern Turner Home
Erica George Dines Photography
Photo by Erica George Dines Interior design by Melanie Turner http://melanieturnerinteriors.com/
Interiors
Interiors
Feeney Inc.
Custom CableRail in Custom Fabricated Frames Moskow Linn Architects, Greg Premru Photographer
Council Crest Remodel
Council Crest Remodel
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
The Council Crest Residence is a renovation and addition to an early 1950s house built for inventor Karl Kurz, whose work included stereoscopic cameras and projectors. Designed by prominent local architect Roscoe Hemenway, the house was built with a traditional ranch exterior and a mid-century modern interior. It became known as “The View-Master House,” alluding to both the inventions of its owner and the dramatic view through the glass entry. Approached from a small neighborhood park, the home was re-clad maintaining its welcoming scale, with privacy obtained through thoughtful placement of translucent glass, clerestory windows, and a stone screen wall. The original entry was maintained as a glass aperture, a threshold between the quiet residential neighborhood and the dramatic view over the city of Portland and landscape beyond. At the south terrace, an outdoor fireplace is integrated into the stone wall providing a comfortable space for the family and their guests. Within the existing footprint, the main floor living spaces were completely remodeled. Raised ceilings and new windows create open, light filled spaces. An upper floor was added within the original profile creating a master suite, study, and south facing deck. Space flows freely around a central core while continuous clerestory windows reinforce the sense of openness and expansion as the roof and wall planes extend to the exterior. Images By: Jeremy Bitterman, Photoraphy Portland OR
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