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10 Space-Saving Modern Spiral Staircases

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Oct 17, 2013 01:05 AM
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by Julie Carlson last modified Oct 16, 2013

It's a familiar remodeling conundrum: how to integrate a staircase when square footage is limited? It was our biggest challenge when we overhauled our house a few years ago. At the time, I associated spiral stairs with poorly thought-out, slapdash remodels. But if I'd seen these graceful solutions, I might have reconsidered. Above: In a Sao Paulo micro apartment (36 square meters), Brazilian architect Alan Chu added a sculptural steel spiral staircase. Photos by Djan Chu via Dezeen . Above: A spiral staircase wraps around a column in this Kyoto house by Hideyuki Nakayama Architect , via Architonic . Above: A wooden spiral staircase in House K in Tokyo by Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects , via ArchDaily . Above: A stairway from the Threefold House by Japanese firm Takao Shiotsuka Atelier .   Above: A modern wooden staircase in a  renovation  of a historical apartment by Porto, Portugal, firm Ezzo . Photo by Alexandre Delmar . Above: A spiral staircase in the Jansson apartment in Stockholm by Sandell Sandberg Architects . Above: A spiral staircase in House K in Kanagawa, Japan, by Studio 2A , via Design Boom . Above: A white spiral staircase in a project by Tokyo-based Apollo Architects & Associates . Above: A gently curved staircase by Frankfurt-based FFM Architekten . Above: A modern sculptural spiral staircase, via Alexander van Berge . Above: A standard-issue spiral staircase painted white becomes sculpture in a double-height space designed by NYC-based architect David Hotson . So how did we solve the staircase riddle in our remodel? See the clever oak and raw steel staircase that Jerome Buttrick designed for us on page 5 of Remodelista: A Manual for the Considered Home .




 

 


 

 

 
 
 

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