21,257 home on slope Staircase Design Photos

Civic Steel Homes
contemporary home...sloping land...Civic Steel Homes
Frits de Vries Architect Ltd.
5 Reviews
Heather Street
Vancouver, the steeply sloping site affords views of the city and mountains beyond. The curved roof allows the mass of the new, modern home to step down the
the cross slope of the site without resorting to traditional forms, and imparts a sense of lightness and space to the upper floor, without losing the domestic
while the front terrace has views of the city and mountains. The cross slope of the site positions the terraces above the adjacent neighbours creating
“gud idea” — Daraius Colabewalla
Ben Herzog
10 Reviews
Park Slope Brownstone
The clients already owned all of the artwork in the home, and it was a natural fit for the project's fresh feel. While the carved newel on the staircase
the original door casings didn't quite fit with the new, clean look of the home, so those were replaced too.
Park Slope Brownstone...I miss Park Slope!
“Love the warm tones” — Diana McKissock
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Northlight Architects LLC
2 Reviews
Oakley Ave. Residence interior stairs
Skylights on slope...UGLY not homely no character
“Okno na schodach” — monika33
KuDa Photography
2 Reviews
Modern staircase
perpendicular panels to slope of stair run; attachment to side
Angle of glass joints perpendicular to stair slope.
create for my home
“Staircase” — Tammy Brink
Abramson Teiger Architects
9 Reviews
Goodman Residence
Can one purchase the stair case alone for installation in an existing home? IF so, what is the cost?
Like angle slope of stairs...lader slope style
“open staircase” — susanmarshall
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
10 Reviews
contemporary solution for guardrails is to use rods or cable that follows the slope of the stair. In comparison to vertical pickets, this approach minimizes
the stair in each run. These pieces then receive the rods that follow the slope.
“Metal railings” — dolive86
Misiaszek Turpin pllc
3 Reviews
This 5,000 square-foot project consisted of a new barn structure on a sloping waterfront property. The structure itself is tucked into the hillside to
are in keeping with the existing, century-old main residence, located down-slope, and adjacent to the water’s edge. The program included a lower-level three-bay
“metal railing” — Matthew Champion
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