Making a house a home is a task for anyone, but getting it to look perfect is one of the most intricate procedures. Here we will be focusing on an integral part of a house that has 2 or more floors, The staircase. A lot of people choose to stick to the run of the mill staircase but below you will find 10 designs that are unique, innovative and awe-inspiring.
At first glance it would seem as though you are under the influence of sorts but once your eyes start to focus you will see how free flowing and beautiful the thought behind this design really is. The stairs seem to melt together perfectly.
One of the most commonly used ideas in 2 storey houses, if you want to be 'creative', are the plank sticking out of the walls. These are perfectly crafted and distanced from each other to make an eye catching staircase design.
The stairs part of this design aren't so creative, they are just plain stairs linking the upper floor with the ground. The design element is in the hand rail, that mimics a tree sprouting from the bottom most stair growing upwards to look like a hand rail for the stairs.
Spiral Staircase Slide:
Spiral Staircases have been an integral part of architecture for the longest time. This particular one is accompanied by a slide fit for the kids, unless you were feeling a little lazy to climb down all the way.
The Rainbow House Stairs:
The Rainbow House is a magical oasis on a busy road filled with the rustle and bustle of everyday people and noise. When you step through its front door, you enter a universe of fun, colour, movement and sensuality, leaving the ordinary world far behind. Like the colors of the rainbow, it gradually changes as you go higher.
Blood Vessel Stairs:
The staircase has an overwhelming resemblence to blood vessels with scarlet red inculcated into the staircase. It's like a mechanical extension of the body.
Barbie Shanghai Store:
This staircase located inside the Barbie store in Shanghai has 800 Barbie figurines in glass showcases that surround the spiralling staircase.
At first glance it looks like a staircase that might take a bit of work to climb but when you look closer it seems very simple. The alternate tread stair was designed to be a perfect union of functionality, structure and form. With regard to functionality, the stair is comfortable, safe to climb, and spatially efficient; the open sides of the stair provide ample and well-placed grip locations. It serves as a book shelf underneath the stair case.
Limited by space, the idea of a staircase was melted with the client’s desire for a library to form a ‘library staircase’ in which English oak stair treads and shelves are both completely lined with books.
These sculptural stairs are the focal point of the entire building. With an irregular shape, the balanced swirl of color disrupts the homogeneous appearance of the interiors and remind visitors that this is indeed, a place of creativity. Its design is fun to observe from any standpoint and probably makes climbing up the stairs easier too.