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Mid-North Residence

Architecture by Vinci | Hamp Architects, Inc.
Interiors by Stephanie Wohlner Design.
Lighting by Lux Populi.
Construction by Goldberg General Contracting, Inc.
Photos by Eric Hausman.
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Staircase - contemporary open staircase idea in Chicago — Houzz

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valborg wrote:
What kind of floor is this?
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rbcola
Ditto.....like the floor here. Please share info. thank you.
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libbykatz
what would have you used for the stair treads?
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libbykatz wrote:
what wood type are the floor treads
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Vinci | Hamp Architects
The stair treads are made of Sapele, a hardwood sometimes referred to as African Mahogany.
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GO Interieurs

What thickness are the treads? Thanks

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kayrenay wrote:
Is this a CRL system? - If so, can you tell me the catalogue #? Also, is the stringer wood cladding over a base shoe system, or is the glass just set into a notch in the stringer?
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Gha Management Inc. wrote:
How to buy this staircase??? - how do I have this staircase installed in my property?
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keats2 wrote:
What are the stringers made of...how did you mount the glass into them
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Tolik Med wrote:
Was the glass installed on top of the sides, or into the sides?
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Moving north along the walkway, one arrives at the stair that connects all three levels. The firm of John Vinci and Philip Hamp is well versed in stair design; the team actually inserted an old Mies van der Rohe stair in their design of the Arts Club of Chicago. The stair appears to magically float — free of visible supports at this level. The glass guardrails and open risers help keep the space at the back of the house very open.

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