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Levy Art & Architecture
1 Review
Zero Energy House
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central skylights above staircase
“Top” — gypsyprinzs
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Vanguarda Architects
Pilar House
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From the central hall in double height, access is gained to the terrace through a steel and glass bridge that connects it to the stairs made of the same materials.
“Long run of steps seems very modern.” — karenthad
Blue Truck Studio
1 Review
Stairs
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with central skylight chimney. Photos by Peter Liang, Jonathan Man.
“piso” — consuelob
Des Ewing Residential Architects
14 Reviews
Elegant yet understated home with central elliptical space lit from above
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home with central elliptical space lit from above
“amazing stairs” — junaid007
Vanguarda Architects
Pilar House
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From the central hall in double height, access is gained to the terrace through a steel and glass bridge that connects it to the stairs made of the same materials.
“Glass staires” — pb1962
Sydney Staircase Builders
Mono string steel staircase
Ideabooks59
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Steel central Stringer and posts to treads
“Stairs” — Anh Van Le
Kass & Associates
Delancey Street Townhouse
Ideabooks58
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This centralized outdoor space focuses views and provides light into all portions of the reconfigured townhouse. A four-story steel stair was inserted into adjacent to the courtyard to link the front and rear rooms split on alternating levels. The first and second floors include the more public rooms
“Glass walk way and railing” — manav188
nC2 architecture llc
7 Reviews
Fort Greene Townhouse
Ideabooks45
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by the central stair. The stair culminates at a large, top floor studio space designed to take best advantage of existing views to Fort Greene Park. Project team: Richard Goodstein, Helen Traversi Structural: Pulaski & Sirota, Brooklyn, NY Contractor: Perfect Renovation, Brooklyn, NY Millwork: Premium
“Handrail on parlor floor” — stevesuarez
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