Stairways have been moving people up and down floors for centuries. The simple act of walking up a staircase is often something we never even think about. However, designers have been exploring this architectural element for as long as stairs have been around, and have shown us just how unique, creative, and stylish stairs can be. It’s amazing how a pop of color can change the feel of a space, or how use of different materials can change the mood of a home or office.
We explore a few examples of creatively designed stairways below.
Bespoke, colorful resin stairway in London
Minimal suspended staircase integrated into shelving
Designer: Edouard Brunet & François Martens; P – Dennis De Smet
Curvaceous, organic wooden staircase
Designer: Arquitectura en Movimiento Workshop
Minimal floating staircase by famed architect Zaha Hadid
Designer: Zaha Hadid
Bright pink powder coated stairs
Visualizer: Studio Open
Clever floating red staircase in London home
Designer: Michaelis Boyd
Art deco inspired staircase with integrated courtyard garden
Visualizer: Hausmax Design
Integrated Library staircase for home
Designer: Moon Hoon
Futuristic ‘Egg’ Portal staircase
Sculptural curving staircase with integrated fountain
Feeling inspired? Check out more of our architectural posts.
Creative inspiration from home-designing.com