10,807 industrial lighting Staircase Design Photos

Amitzi Architects
Amitzi Architects
Ideabooks3,913
Questions2
I was wondering what kind of light is this?
Stairs and light...Allow light in...light partition...Nice light flow
“Stairs” — scmielke
Seattle Architect & Designer
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Rhodes Architecture + Light approaches each project as unique. We believe in simple solutions based on individual dreams, honest materials, and the orientation, colors, and textures of the site.
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My Houzz: Urban Tower
Ideabooks484
Questions2
The near-mirror polished concrete floor here was done to increase light reflection from outside. Might be a good idea, or something we definitely want to say away from
The concrete floor polished to a near-mirror finish, allowing diffused northeastern light to bounce deeply into the home.
The couple had the concrete floor polished to a near-mirror finish, allowing diffused northeastern light to bounce deeply into the home. They installed a custom bench next to the storage cabinets in the bedroom, forming a small sitting area.
“Ikea” — epanonko
Urban Improvement Company
3 Reviews
Forest Park Southeast New Construction
Ideabooks669
Questions3
Where can I get a light like the one over the round table?
who mae the light over the table?
love the light over the table
steel strings on the other side however we need a noise barrier between the front lounge room and the upstairs bedrooms at the same time as letting in light hence i think glass is the best option
to the backyard. Large windows in front and behind the stairs open up this visual, and the staircase’s unsupported horizontal steps carry it through.Light fills the space and, because of the home’s location, the open windows don’t hurt the privacy. “The street’s a dead end, and it’s only one block, so
“prochaine maison escalier pour le bas” — thea_2009
Echelon Custom Homes
9 Reviews
Stairway Detail
Ideabooks1,013
Questions5
where is the lighting/chandelier purchased from?
textures. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ The Lighting Look: Manufacturer: Currey and Company (Confirmed by Echelon Custom Homes) Collection: Eufaula Link: http://www.lightingdesign.com/Currey%20and%20Company/9083/Four%20Light%20Lantern%20-%20Eufaula If you are interested in ordering
“Flag” — memoor
Light In Art
16 Reviews
Project in Anaheim
Ideabooks4
Questions0
Galilee Chandelier in Honey & White by Light In Art
Stained glass lighting
art glass lighting...Light In Art
Thomas Roszak Architecture, LLC
Glass Stair
Ideabooks579
Questions1
the 39th and 40th floors, with amazing views of Chicago. A new glass stair replaces an existing wood stair in the penthouse residence, and allows light to pour deep into the home and creates a calming void in the space. The glass is used as the primary structural material and only stainless steel is
connections are a different material. The choice of a glass staircase means light can filter from one floor to the other.
If space allows, a glass stair can become a stunning room-size light fixture. The stair won't block the light from above and, with glass walls surrounding it, transforms what could
“Shape and Mass Diagonal forms provide a dramatic effect.” — rgharding3380
Eisner Design LLC
9 Reviews
EISNER DESIGN
Ideabooks801
Questions2
lights in the wall on stairwell but purple light
recessed lights under stairs
TINY LIGHTS...recessed lighting
“stairs” — Anna Gordon
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Russian Hill
Ideabooks1,523
Questions1
stairs set away from wall so light comes through
Note light between stairs and wall
shows that the stair is held away from the wall, allowing some light from above to filter down the wall and give the impression that the stair floats
shows that the stair is held away from the wall, allowing some light from above to filter down the wall and give the impression that the stair floats.
The stairs set away from the wall slightly to allow light to glow through.
... shows that the stair is held away from the wall, allowing some light from above to filter down the wall and give the impression that the stair floats.
“stairs” — Anna Gordon
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