Houzz is the new way to design your home.
171 rise Entry Design Photos
Tim Cuppett Architects
painted rise. Makes it less solid
is the rise. As you will have noticed from the staircases you've walked on, the rise and run can vary. Rise-to-run ratio. The total of the rise and run should add up to 17 inches. Practically speaking, this means that as the run gets shorter, the rise should get steeper for the stair to feel comfortable
course. A rise of more than 8¼ inches is going to be too steep for many people.
Glenn Robert Lym Architect
Mudroom and Family Entry through the Garage
is your rise for each step?
stair rise and run are Eero Saarinen in his grand staircase that runs under the St Louis Arch, and has variable rise and run; Bernard Maybeck who created some wonderful, lo rise stairs that pulled people into his buildings; and Charles W. Moore who created staircase cascades that would flow through outdoor
Muratore Design + Construction
San Francisco Modern
Dick Clark + Associates
Mount Bonnell Modern
tree that rises from the wood walkway. The approach to the house wouldn't be nearly as pleasurable without the tree.
Tres McKinney Design
San Francisco Nob Hill Highrise
a high-rise condominium on Nob Hill in San Francisco. The elevator door opens into a small private foyer that's just outside the front door of the apartment."My goal was to create a warm, welcoming space that would give a preview of what to expect upon entering the home," says designer Tres McKinney.
My Houzz: Matthew + Bobbie Fisher
treads, low rise, hard wood
Burke Brothers Landscape Design/Build
Ivy rise on wall