Terraced House Refit

TG-Studio tackled the brief to create a light and bright space and make the most of the unusual layout by designing a new central staircase, which links the six half-levels of the building.
A minimalist design with glass balustrades and pale wood treads connects the upper three floors consisting of three bedrooms and two bathrooms with the lower floors dedicated to living, cooking and dining. The staircase was designed as a focal point, one you see from every room in the house. It’s clean, angular lines add a sculptural element, set off by the minimalist interior of the house. The use of glass allows natural light to flood the whole house, a feature that was central to the brief of the Norwegian owner.

Photography: Philip Vile

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Rachel Cockerill added this to My ideas7 March 2022

Contemporary staircase simple and stylish

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Naomi R added this to Specific ideas24 October 2021

Balconies and split-level. Feels like separate spaces but all quite connected

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Dave MacKenzie added this to Karen’s Ideabook21 October 2021

Clean large pane balustrade without big bolts

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Diana Rop added this to Staircase6 August 2021

clear stairs in btwn and the glass

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