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9,198 retaining wall stairs Staircase Design Photos
Robert Hutchison Architecture
Guest House on a Lake
retaining wall stairs and stairs with ground cover-
Love these outdoor stairs that run down to water - are they steel???
Concrete retaining walls.
poured concrete wall
Outdoor stairs...Stairs with moss...Stair grass
Matthew W Johnson, General Contractor
lighted stairs...tile stairs
Bur Oak Designs, Inc.
the bank is too steep for stone stairs, therefore we decided to go over the bank and use wooden stairs. There are four or five landings at which one can stop and "survey your kingdom".
segmented concrete retaining walls
Element Construction Masonry & Paving
Via Del Monte
Stair case very original , centre piece .
open riser handrail on top of carriage/ 1 side flush to wall
i like a thick plank on top of each stair
An interesting combination of light and heavy elements are included in this design. The wooden planks used as stair treads are held in place by a steel staircase, with thin wires strung between the handrail and staircase frame. These thin wires relate to those seen on the light fixture. The heavy stonework
Lindsay Construction Services
New Contemporary Energy Efficient Home
Stone for Retaining walls
Rustic Stone Stairway
Retaining wall and stairs down to tequila bar.
Sticks and Stones Design Group Inc
Okanagan Log Home
What Kind Of Stone Did You Use On The Wall To The Right?
What kind of wood is used for the stair treads?
When walking on the stairs I assume it would flex. Does it add extra pressure that may distort and break the glass balustrade?
We plan to build wooden stairs and looked around from some in here... in here we see the wooden stairs are pretty thick... so we were wondering if they are cladding over concrete stairs or are they real thick wooden stairs...? Thanks in advance for your reponse.
Could you tell me the dimensions of these stair treads?
What kind of wood is used for the stairs?
Hi - what kind of wood is used for the stairs?
Hi Jason, these stairs are actually comprised of engineerd bent steel plates that are clad in 3/4" hardwood. The steel plates are fastened into a concrete wall which was clad in stone. The steel plates eliminate any flex when walking on the stairs and allowed us to use the glass panels