31 sand blasted glass Staircase Design Photos

Tali Hardonag Architect
9 Reviews
Glass block wall
Ideabooks37
Questions0
second floor, a curved wall follows the shape of the spiral stair. Light from a sun tunnel centered over the stair illuminates the room behind the glass block.
sand blasted glass block
More bathroom glass tile
Glass block wall...glass block...glass wall...clear glass block
“More bathroom glass tile” — lynnglover
Randall M. Buffie Architect, Inc.
1 Review
Stairway AFTER
Ideabooks2
Questions0
sand blasted glass
glass counter top...glass sink custom...art glass wall...curved glass
“Stair rail” — mccorquodale
Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders
4 Reviews
Cow Hollow Modern
Ideabooks2,189
Questions2
This formally Edwardian home was seismically upgraded and completely remodeled into a modern residence consisting of concrete, steel and glass. The three story structure is served by an elevator and rests on an exposed concrete garage accessed by a grated aluminum gate. An eight by six foot anodized
“Art” — jennyleit
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Kim Kendall Interiors is a full service Interior Design Firm.
Sponsored
Elite Metalcraft Co. Ltd
Glass staircase
Ideabooks7,419
Questions5
do you sell in USA, {glass staircase)
Frosted or sand blasted elements with the panes would be better I think or even tinted look
Like transparency of glass - cleaning nightmare
for anyone even remotely afraid of heights. Glass treads, glass handrail almost completely disappear these floating stairs. The use of minimal materials in a rather complicated form make for an interesting architectural feature.
This is like the glass stair at the iconic 5th Avenue Apple Store. Not
ry impact with this glass staircase.
As seen from above, the stair's transparency lets all of the architecture and design come through. Of course, just as the stair's transparency reveals everything from above, it will, of course, reveal everything from below.Note that glass treads require a surface
“Glass Stairs” — pablo_j
The Interior Place (S) Pte Ltd
Pandan Valley Condo
Ideabooks30,910
Questions8
deep were the grooves cut to accommodate the glass? How thick is the glass? How was the glass secured?
Can you give me specifics of how this glass was secured or who did it for you?
what is the material that the glass is embedded into? how are these secured?
What kind of glass you use f
The aluminum U-Channel that is holding or supporting the glass is embedded into the concrete
The color combo and the stair glass design
Love color of treads against white risers. Glass
Tempered glass is used for doors and in high-traffic areas. The glass is heated and then cooled with a blast of very cold air, making the brittle surface cool faster than the relatively soft core. The result is glass that will break into tiny square pieces that have rounded edges. Tempered glass is stronger
“簡約” — Yibai Yang
Inlinebuilding & Construction Management
Darling Point
Ideabooks19
Questions0
Sand blasted Lime Stone Slabs, Cut to template, imported from Europe
“Neat angles” — Bryan Susilo
Synthesis Design Inc.
37 Reviews
Macintosh Residence
Ideabooks17,605
Questions10
What type of glass is used here how long are the spans and who manufactures this product?
Is this a shatter proof glass?
Looking for a local Stair company for a project that requires a glass interior railing-who did this installation? It's beautiful.
Are u sure it's not laminated glass?
Valspar's Sand 4 is a similar color.
Glass brackets for guard rail and wood hand rail
staircase with glass bannister and millwork
“Carpet” — barani72
Urban Improvement Company
3 Reviews
Forest Park Southeast New Construction
Ideabooks5,506
Questions4
team sanded and stained laminated veneer beams and added eye-hole screws at the floor, middle of the stairs and ceiling. Then they strung steel stringers through
like the stringers/rail; nice idea for the other side -- book/display case serves as railing sanded and stained laminated veneer beams and added eye-hole screws at the floor, middle of the stairs and ceiling. Then they strung steel stringers through
wood stair with steel stringers,” Gibson says. But the budget didn’t allow for a third-party builder, so UIC took up the job. UIC’s construction team sanded and stained laminated veneer beams and added eye-hole screws at the floor, middle of the stairs and ceiling. Then they strung steel stringers through
“nice stairs!” — skylander2006
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™