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Trend Alert: 11 Curvy, Minimalist Staircases

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 05, 2015 01:03 AM
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by Julie Carlson last modified Sep 04, 2015

Did Vincent Van Duysen start the trend? Lately we've been noticing graceful elliptical staircases in some of our favorite interiors projects. Above: Belgian architect Vincent Van Duysen's own house in Antwerp. Above: Leah Herzig designed the interiors of this house in LA; see more at Hollywood Tale: A Spec House with Uncommon Style . Above: A house in Melbourne by B.E. Architecture, via  Est Magazine , with a staircase by  Slattery & Acquroff  in Australia with American oak timber treads and risers. Above: Steven Harris's design for 54 Bond Street includes a graceful curving stair connecting the top floor to the penthouse garden; interiors by Kristina O'Neal of AvroKo (with Adam Gordon). See more at Architect Visit: Steven Harris at 54 Bond Street in New York . Above: Delfine Krakoff of  Pamplemousse Designs ' own staircase in NYC. Photograph via  Oliver Yaphe . Above: A curvy staircase in a project by Daipu Architects, via Dezeen . Above: A board-formed concrete staircase in the Graanmarkt 13  concept store by Vincent Van Duysen . Above: A curvilinear staircase in a Melbourne project by Adrian Amore . Above: A graceful staircase by  Charles Zana  in Paris. Above: The staircase that started it all? Villa Savoye by Le Corbusier. Staircase obsessed? Go to 10 Elegant Stairs from the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory .  More Stories from Remodelista Architectural Hardware from a Japanese Artisan Beautiful Basics: The Brass Light Switch and More by Meljac Table of Contents: Luxe Minimalism




 

 


 

 

 
 
 

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