10 STUNNING STAIRCASES
Life is full of ups and downs, so why not make the journey beautiful? More awesome stairs on designmilk.com 👌🏼
- •These are my fave. Like a floral strand of DNA.Photos by Roland Halbe
- •OrganicThis Corian screen/handrial spans the side of this wooden block staircase in Paris, designed by architect Ammar Eloueini + architect Marc Fornes of THEVERYMANY™. The computer generated pattern is fairly open at the bottom and gradually becomes tighter towards to the top, while the wooden treads become thicker. Photo courtesy of Christian Richters
- •BlockedThis mind-blowing one designed by Francesco Librizzi Studio in Casa G is made from a geometric metal structure that supports various wooden components that become stairs you can climb. Photo by Alberto Moncada
- •Bookshelf stairs 📚Talk about maximizing every inch of space! These bookshelf stairs are some of the coolest we’ve seen. Designed by Levitate.
- •Trippy 🌀Located in Mumbai in an apartment designed by Arquitectura en Movimiento Workshop, this staircase does away with all ideas of a traditional design and instead becomes a sculptural piece that allows light and air to pass freely. Photo by Bharath Ramamrutham
- •FloatingThese steel floating stairs in Flat #1 by Ecole are simply amazing and a true statement of minimalism. Photo by X. Lucas
- •SuspendedLocated in what is known as the Godzilla House by Chae-Pereira Architects in Seoul, Korea, these suspended stairs float along a curved wall and are lit by the hidden windows above. Photo by Nils Clauss
- •Rainbow 🌈Rainbow spiral staircase designed by Ab Rogers Design from The Rainbow House.
- •Geometric ►◄The Grove Park project from Bell Phillips Architects features a staircase that is “created from a complex geometry of folded triangular facets which appear to float effortlessly within the space.”
- •LinearParatelier designed this linear staircase with vertical wooden boards that connect the treads to the ceiling above and the floor below. Even though they’re made from simple, natural wood panels, the way they aligned the vertical panels makes for a striking design. Photo © Leonardo Finotti