Luis Trevino Architects contemporary-staircase
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Luis Trevino Architects Contemporary Staircase, London

Refurb of a late Victorian Terrace House
Trendy floating staircase photo in London — Houzz

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trancea wrote:
Glasa staircase - what is the width of this staircase

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to Clear Staircases — They're a Real Glass Act
With natural light available from only two sides, glass stairs are a perfect way to illuminate the interiors of older row houses in historic neighborhoods. These stairs are ideal because they'll let the maximum amount of natural light filter deep into the interior from a rooftop skylight.

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Monika Tucakovic added this to Handrails & Barriers
Profile of handrail. See wallmount upstairs balcony posts.
L M added this to Stair railings
So interesting. Except you can look up skirts:-)
HU-1377686 added this to Stairs
Very often (but by no means always), the best location for the new flight is directly above the existing ground-to-first staircase. One downside of this – particularly in terraced houses – is that the first floor landing can become closed in and dark. In this example, the new flight of stairs has been built in glass, and roof glazing allows daylight to pour down into the first floor space, alleviating the closed-in feeling.

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