The sculptural stairway was installed in a custom-designed Mumbai apartment and features continuous, flowing lines that connect many of the highest and lowest steps together.
The unique, U-shape design isn’t just beautiful, it is also functional, with the open wooden slats allowing ample light to traverse through the window and into the apartment itself. Additionally, the first three steps are independant from the rest of the structure, creating bench seating for the residents.
Would you have stairs like this in your home?
Well known for their work with Nike, the new advertising agency office design for Wieden+Kennedy New York takes the “playground” tone down a notch. The agency’s new 50,000 square feet New York offices flaunt a amazing rounded, rich walnut-clad staircase connecting two of the three floors.
This house in Montreal, Canada was built with two things in mind – the homeowner’s love of contemporary art and throwing parties. The most striking element throughout is a spectacular staircase that from a distance resembles black lace, but is actually made of iron, hence the name. It’s a conglomerate of black iron circles of various sizes which are inked together.
Sculptural Staircase by Philip Watts Design
This sculptural staircase features glass and timber details and was a bespoke design for a private residential interior in North Hampton. The breath-taking design takes the form of a backbone that weaves its way between two floors and appears to melt into the lower floor in a metallic puddle.