293,697 Glass Stair Home Design Photos

Luis Trevino Architects
Luis Trevino Architects
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back of floating glass stairs w wood below
only two sides, glass stairs are a perfect way to illuminate the interiors of older row houses in historic neighborhoods. These stairs are ideal because
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“Stairs” — yoanasimova
Elite Metalcraft Co. Ltd
Ledborough Project
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This is what we want for full sheets of glass
An all-glass stair has treads (steps), a stringer (diagonal support) and a rail of glass. While this stair is actually cantilevered from a support (likely
(likely a piece of steel) hidden in the wall, the stair is essentially all glass. Because of its transparency, the staircase seems to float, blocking neither
“glass” — natasha1962
Elite Metalcraft Co. Ltd
Glass staircase
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Who is the manufacurer of the plexiglass stairs? Bill (609) 314-1114
How are these stairs supported in the wall?
anyone even remotely afraid of heights. Glass treads, glass handrail almost completely disappear these floating stairs. The use of minimal materials in a rather
This is like the glass stair at the iconic 5th Avenue Apple Store. Not for the faint of heart.
space while making a contemporary impact with this glass staircase.
As seen from above, the stair's transparency lets all of the architecture and design
course, just as the stair's transparency reveals everything from above, it will, of course, reveal everything from below.Note that glass treads require a
do you sell in USA, {glass staircase)
“Floor” — Mohammed Haytham
WA design
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Saratoga Creek House
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I'd like to know if you have any cost breakdown for the glass treads/metal stringers?
of the glass supplier? Have a similar project.
wide. To go to 6' the glass would need to become quite a bit thicker, like 2 1/2". Other than that, other elements could remain the same
Of course, these stairs are also ideal when there's an adjacent view and source of natural light. Even when the stair isn't all glass, light streams deep
traditional diagonal, allows for transparency and that sculptural quality these stairs are known for.
WA Design also created a unique freestanding staircase with glass treads, which sits inside the center of the home's main pavilion. "We wanted to incorporate
They are 1 1/2" laminated glass...Are the stair treads glass or acrylic?...stringers slick on sides under stairs
“Don't totally love the look here (too much frosted glass?), but do love the idea” — babyhunter
Hill Mitchell Berry Architects
Contemporary
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Love the glass stairs!
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“Stair case” — ahadawi
Contemporary Staircase
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if you'd like clear glass for your stair, know that clear glass typically has a green tint — the result of the iron oxide in the glass. We don't normally
because typical sheets of glass (say, for windows) are thin. It's only when the glass sheets get thicker, as for a stair tread, that the tint becomes
glass stairs and glass wall hand rail,
“A brill clash of old( the pottery) and new (stairs)” — migulz
Contemporary Staircase
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what is the cost for the floating glass staits for a small home
I am so mad about these floating glass stairs. can we do these
Looks amazing- the glass gives the stairs the illusion that the steps are floating. Wall is crying out for art though.
There is a handrail. It's glass. It's not open.
glass stair treads on floating staircase
“Open stairs” — skrep18
Modern Staircase
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Seeing as Siller Stairs has not responded: not our stair, but I see structural stand-offs along the inner edge stone wall under each riser post (you can
outer edge appears to be self supporting through moment strength of the glass at each tread connection to the riser posts and a moment connection in the
These aren't plexiglass - you can tell that it's real glass due to the green tint. Click "More Info" and follow the link and you'll
“curved stone wall” — 1rschroeder
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