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10 Contemporary Luxury Staircases to Upgrade Your SpaceThursday 27 September 2018
10 Contemporary Luxury Staircases to Upgrade Your Space ⇒ Staircases can be a great way to show off some amazing architecture and to bring a source of inspiration into a room. If you’re a fan of the contemporary luxury style, today CovetED brings you a selection of ten contemporary luxury staircases that will certainly inspire you for future projects. The contemporary luxury design is characterized by clean and crisp lines while working with exquisite materials and craftsmanship.
Casa Blanca, in Peru, was designed by Martín Dulanto with not only floor-to-ceiling sliding glass panels that disappear to turn the interior into an open-air space, but with an eye-popping, spiral orange staircase that connects all the floors.
The four-story Modern Mews house was renovated by Coffey Architects and includes this narrow turning oak staircase that comes to an end with a small set of concrete stairs at the bottom. The concrete structure also doubles as a fireplace on the ground floor.
While these all-white stairs might not be as flashy as some, they’re just as spectacular because they cater to our beloved four-legged friends. This Ho Chi Minh City apartment was renovated by 07BEACH to include two side-by-side staircases – one for the humans and for the pets along the long, curved wall. It even has a little railing to keep them safe!
This house in Tel Aviv by David Lebenthal Architects has a suspended staircase on one side of the structure that was designed as a focal point for the main living space. The black vertical rods have shelves to hold plants and other knick-knacks to become an ever-changing display throughout the year.
Norwegian architect Tron Meyer designed this sculptural staircase through his own manufacturing company, Risa Meyer. The Risa staircase is handcrafted out of solid oak wood that’s stacked and spiralled for its unique architectural look.
When the founders of Spacon & X designed their own Copenhagen apartment, they merged two smaller apartments into a finished 145-square-meter space (approx. 1560-square feet). To make the interior work for their family of four, they packed storage wherever they could, including under both sides of the wooden staircase, which separates the kitchen and the guest bedroom. Glass panels on the guest room side of the stairs cloud up when turned on for additional privacy.
This Oslo apartment, designed by Haptic, features this floating white steel staircase suspended in the middle of the main living space. The staircase connects to a wooden storage/sofa unit that doubles as the last few stairs down to the floor.
Fernanda Marques Arquitetos Associados designed this jaw-dropping duplex in Brazil with this staircase that looks just as sculptural as the art around it. The stairs are composed of thick treads that make a 90-degree turndown and continue to the floor. Gaps between each stair let light from underneath escape for a cool visual effect.
Just south of Lima, the Jorge Marsino Prado-designed ASIA House features this stunning white spiral staircase that’s technically outside but it’s built within the structure. From the inside, the stairs can be seen through floor-to-ceiling windows just off the living room and dining room. The stairs connect the lower floor to the partially covered rooftop deck.
Lastly, Max Núñez designed the Ghat House in Chile to follow along with the steep terrain that faces the Pacific Ocean. The interior spaces are aligned on the diagonal where concrete stairs connect the varying levels.
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