Special Feature | October 2014
Some more inspiring staircases....
We hunted for more inspiration and found some of these fabulous staircases by designers in India and abroad. Step up!
An in situ cast concrete staircase peels down through a cut-out in the slab at the Viya Home store designed by Lotus.
Designed by Parisian design studio Jouin Manku, this staircase is located at the Les Haras Hotel in Strasbourg, France.
At the Suttatti Villa in Pune, The BNK Group has used a steel staircase finished in Italian marble to make a contemporary statement without compromising on the grandeur.
Designed by Studio Lotus, this lightweight MS folded plate staircase runs as a spine connecting the floors through a light well that was created by scooping out concrete slabs from every floor in the heart of the office to bring in daylight.
Designed by Amit Khanna Design Associates, the tubular internal frame of this staircase is clad in teak wood with a natural lacquered finish - as is the continuous curved banister that is treated in a series of rhythmic wooden strips.
A compact spiral staircase in iron and wood inspired by the form of a sea shell connects the different floors of the Coast Cafe designed by Studio Lotus.
Designed by Parisian design studio Jouin Manku, this staircase is at the Van Cleef and Arpels flagship store in New York city.
An iron wireframe staircase by Francesco Librizzi Studio.
This gorgeous winding staircase is designed by Dipen Gada.
US Architecture firm Dust has designed this gorgeous staircase inspired by lace.