361 Why Shop 2Modern Staircase Design Photos

Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects, Inc.
1 Review
Hillside Farmhouse
Ideabooks3,774
Questions5
Did they use a baluster at the base of this staircase rather than a newel post? Trying to figure out why it looks so clean? I don't see a large newel post like other staircase pictures.
Stairway Lighting--Why it works: This dramatic light is the focal point of the staircase. When it’s fully lit, the steps are flooded with light. When dimmed, it casts a soft glow that works like a nightlight to keep the staircase safe.
Stairway lighting--Why it works: This dramatic light
Why it works: This dramatic light is the focal point of the staircase. When it’s fully lit, the steps are flooded with light. When dimmed, it casts a soft glow that works like a nightlight to keep the staircase safe.
Lighthouse. This ingenious column acts as an architectural beacon. Why it works:
“stairway sconce” — susanvincenti
CG&S Design-Build
10 Reviews
A House With Zip!
Ideabooks20,002
Questions16
The balusters are 1/2" x 1/2" square steel pickets. They support a 1 1/2" x 3/8" steel railing, which is capped with 2" x 3" or 4" mesquite (not sure which dimension was ultimately used). Not sure what you mean by the wall
We are doing a staircase like this right now. Our treads are locally flat sawn ash 2+ inches thick with wrought iron balusters and oak rail.
The steel railing is welded to 1/2" steel pickets.
Why thank you! The treads and railing are made of walnut, and the support and balusters are steel. The panels behind are stained mdf.
It's very difficult to see from this angle, but the steps are actually supported by a single steel beam that runs underneath from the floor to the 2nd story. The effect is intentional, to make the stair appear as if it was floating.
“Staircase update” — lizr22
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Summer Lake House
Ideabooks1,275
Questions1
pillar is not native to the site but likely came from nearby. “We found it at a local architectural salvage shop,”
windows! why not open up a space, add light and air flow with a window... anywhere!
wood paneling and green trim. I don't know why I like it, but I do!
This pillar is not native to the site but likely came from nearby. “We found it at a local architectural salvage shop,” says Gaddis. “The owners loved its character.”An interior window on the stairs lets light into the dining room.
“Stairs and newel post” — Wendy Vitek
Stern McCafferty
Claremont Residence
Ideabooks786
Questions3
I am getting a 5' round around 10' from the iron shop for $2600 inc. upper rails. So, I am not sure why your quote is so high... Did u request custom.
metal spiral case if it's much cheaper. It would take up less space too. Dad is more resistant but considering we have a door upstairs too, I'm not sure why.
“Spiral Staircase 08” — arnaudperrier
PLACE architect ltd.
1 Review
Diva
Ideabooks5,578
Questions5
Yes, they were designed and detailed by PLACE, and built by a local metal shop.
Ooh I like this but I'm not exactly sure why
Open stairs with bookshelf running the entire 2 stories
Shop literature
“Metal stairs” — menefees
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Stair tower
Ideabooks13,208
Questions10
that's probably why i like them so much! can any woodworking shop be able to fabricate, do you think?
The width is 5 3/4" and height of the flat is 2 1/4" with a scotia below.
nice stair2...2 color stain...2 post rail
“Newel posts” — Jane Sewell
Rupal Mamtani
Global Living / Bluefish Home - Showroom
Ideabooks303
Questions1
repacking 17 boxes and traveling back home with a full van. Their only mission: Getting rid of as much as possible while making a good chunk of change. (Why else would they wake up at 3:30 a.m. and then roast all day in the afternoon sun?) The closer it gets to closing time, the more a dealer is willing to
Red makes a strong statement. This display is set up for a shop, but I also like the idea of lining a staircase (indoors or out) with a collection like this.
repacking 17 boxes and traveling back home with a full van. Their only mission: Getting rid of as much as possible while making a good chunk of change. (Why else would they wake up at 3:30 a.m. and then roast all day in the afternoon sun?) The closer it gets to closing time, the more a dealer is willing to
“Paint items red” — jennyshealy
Vinci | Hamp Architects
Mid-North Residence
Ideabooks3,905
Questions6
why does glass rail look green in some pictures but not in this case?
integrated into the stringer. Clike here for some details ... Also, great looking projects, guys. I graduated from UTSOA in 2001 and often wonder why I left. Keep up the good work!
the glass and modern touch
modern art...modern runner...modern staircase...glass staircase 2...Modern setup
“Glass stair” — miasanchezdelozada
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