Tamir Addadi Architecture were asked to convert the loft of a private house into a bedroom with a study, which was to include a large bookcase, whilst still keeping to a very tight budget.As the conversion required the creation of a new staircase to the loft,they designed a combined solution that
The idea behind this design was make a staircase "box on box" composed of monolithic wooden steps prepared for easy montage by any handyman. After extensive consideration on the selection of the materials, architect Lucjan Kuc of QC chose the spruce tree. Local sawmills were employed to carve the wood in
Bisca’s brief was to create a floating feature staircase for the modern extension of a bungalow. The staircase had to allow as much light as possible into the space and contain elements of walnut and glass. Bisca’s solution to the brief was a structural glass wall to support the
It is obvious at first sight: DUB is a staircase. Upon closer look you discover something else. These steps seem really high but actually consists of two steps in one. Eight white blocks, sixteen grey steps. It makes DUBboth a staircase and an abstract sculpture, expressive in shape and modest in colour.