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Ten dwelling interiors animated by sculptural winding staircases


Sculpture-like concrete steps and a curving stair suspended above floor characteristic on this lookbook, which spotlights ten residential interiors with standout spiral or helical staircases.

Winding stairways are present in two kinds often known as spiral or helical stairs. Although they seem comparable and each make use of tapered treads, spiral staircases are organized round a central column, whereas helical staircases encircle voids.

Spiral staircases are additionally sometimes spherical in form and utilized in interiors with restricted area as a result of they require much less area than conventional linear stairs.

In the meantime, helical stairs require a bigger flooring space and are due to this fact extra appropriate when making a staircase the point of interest of a room. These methods generally have wider elliptical shapes than the spiral variations.

That is the newest in our lookbooks collection, which gives visible inspiration from Dezeen’s archive. For extra inspiration see earlier lookbooks showcasing bedrooms with intelligent storage options, houses with ornamental vaulted ceilings and places of work with wood bleachers.


Loft Diego by Arquitetura Nacional
Picture is by Cristiano Bauce

Loft Diego, Brazil, by Arquitetura Nacional

Arquitetura Nacional suspended this sculptural black staircase from the higher flooring of an residence in Porto Alegre in order that its base does not contact the ground.

Crafted from folded metal and completed with plastic masking, the helicoidal construction helped the studio to remodel the duplex right into a extra “fluid area”.

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Picture is by Olmo Peeters

Riverside Tower residence, Belgium, by Studio Okami Architecten

Whereas renovating a duplex residence within the brutalist Riverside Tower in Antwerp, Studio Okami Architecten launched a pastel blue staircase between its two ranges.

The place and type of the spiralling stair have been chosen to assist maximise flooring area within the dwelling, whereas its vibrant end creates a hanging distinction to the uncovered concrete behind it.

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Picture is by Leonardo Finotti

Casa Thomé Beira da Silva, Brazil, by Marcos Bertoldi Arquitetos

Picket panels line this helical staircase, which Marcos Bertoldi Arquitetos created as a sculptural centrepiece for the double-height front room at Casa Thomé Beira within the south of Brazil.

Seen from the skin of the house, the staircase leads as much as a collection of bedrooms and is complemented by a wood materials palette that runs all through.

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Haus JJ, Germany, by NOWlab

Vibrant flooring and a rope balustrade animate this compact spiral staircase, which NOWlab designed to save lots of useful flooring area in a small two-storey residence in Berlin.

Enclosed by partitions on the centre of the dwelling, the construction has slender wood treads that fan out from a central column and complement the encompassing herringbone flooring.

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Casa Blanca house in Lima, Peru with an orange staircase, residential architecture by Martin Dulanto Sangalli. Photograph by Juan Solano
Picture is by Juan Solano

Casa Blanca, Peru, by Martin Dulanto

This self-supporting, fluorescent orange staircase twists up by means of the centre of the Casa Blanca residence in Lima to attach all three of its ranges.

Produced from strengthened concrete with a hid iron core, it’s designed by Martin Dulanto Sangalli as the point of interest of the home that has an in any other case muted color scheme.

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Facade of Tommy Rand house in Denmark
Picture is by Mia Mortensen

Tommy Rand’s Home, Denmark, by Tommy Rand

Greater than 600 items of CNC-cut plywood have been glued collectively by hand to construct this spiral staircase, positioned in the home that architect Tommy Rand designed for his household in Denmark.

Seen from the outside of the dwelling, the curved kind has been positioned towards a concrete backdrop that pulls consideration to the intricacy of its design and provides heat to the house.

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Ogimachi House by Tomoaki Uno Architects
Picture is by Ben Hosking

Ogimachi Home, Japan, by Tomoaki Uno Architects

A helical staircase with petal-shaped wood treads breaks up the gridded format of this skylit home in Japan.

Resembling a flower when considered from above, its kind helps to save lots of flooring area whereas additionally offering entry to 4 personal rooms on the highest flooring.

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Picture is by Tim Van de Velde

Home Dede, Belgium, by OYO Architects

This wood-lined staircase sits on the coronary heart of the cross-shaped plan of Home Dede, which OYO Architects accomplished on the positioning of an outdated barn in Drongen.

Winding upwards by means of a round gap that punctures a board-marked concrete ceiling, it kinds a sculptural but purposeful centrepiece for the home.

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Sacha apartment by SABO Project

Sacha, France, by SABO Undertaking

Skinny slats of plywood and a bespoke child gate that may be simply eliminated are key options of this cylindrical staircase, which is positioned in a refurbished residence in Paris.

It was designed as a part of a unusual but “child-proof” renovation venture that was carried out by SABO Undertaking for a younger couple anticipating their first little one.

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House in Akitsu by Kazunori Fujimoto Architect & Associates
Picture is by Kazunori Fujimoto

Home in Akitsu, Japan, by Kazunori Fujimoto

This guardless staircase juxtaposes the cubic concrete types of the Home in Akitsu, which overlooks a seaside spot close to town of Higashihiroshima.

The twisting kind, which hyperlinks the house’s bedrooms and residing areas, was engineered to negate the necessity for a central pillar and in flip, provides a sculptural look.

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That is the newest in our collection of lookbooks offering curated visible inspiration from Dezeen’s picture archive. For extra inspiration see earlier lookbooks showcasing bedrooms with intelligent storage options, houses with ornamental vaulted ceilings and places of work with wood bleachers.

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