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561 siding Modern Staircase Design Photos
Webber + Studio, Architects
How do the building codes allow you to build a stair like this without a gaurdrail on the open side?
Use space beneath stairs as a special retreat. With treads nearly the size of trees, this substantial set of floating stairs meld beautifully into the side wall. In this setting, the cantilevered stairs leave open a sitting area underneath the stairs, a perfect little hideaway to read a book. Cantilevered
support (typically steel) into the framing of the house. The stair tread is then attached to this support allowing the stairs to be supported on only one side.
I prefer the way the stairs are attached at the sides
super clean steel side supports. nice wide step proportioning.
rail and side supports
Staircase - Slim Side Stringers
Verticals mounted on side.
Modern Stair by BUILD LLC
opened up stairway to the side
wall on one side and full spindles on open side?
small narrow stairs open from both sides
Very novel open on both sides and the display areas
interesting to put a desk against the north side of our stairs like this
stairs with storage on either side
Metal on open side
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
Fly Glass Stair
Glass paneled sides - floating treads!
Glass balustrade on both sides curving
Acrylic or glass sides to stair. More expensive or less?
Float glass, side of stairs
Acrylic sides...glass side panels...modern side chair
Levy Art & Architecture
Zero Energy House
how the steps need to look from the side
Dining chairs and staircase with glass sides
glass and steel panel on side of stairs
White exposure on side, wood
side view...Vis sides
David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
not the side you see as you go up the stairs. Our foyer is too formal to do this on the side you see, plus our staurs go up straight, so they wouldn't be accessible anyways because the kneewall is part of the foyer that goes up cathedral style. So it would only be good on the other side of the kneewall
bookshelf in stairwell wall, on steps side
Cubbies built into the side of this staircase keep books close at hand for impromptu story time.
Fivedot Design Build
Like the idea of the skylight and the wide staircase. I like the idea of the shelves on the side, but not the
Usage of Empty Spaces On Side of Stairs
Side shelves...Side of stairs...shelves along side