NAUTICAL SEASHELL STAIRCASE
       
     
 Pivotal in plan, light shaft by day and a spectacular light fitting by night.
       
     
SPIRAL STAIRS
       
     
 The pearlescent painted balustrade is fabricated out of 9 pieces of steel. A skylight above allows light to change the colour of the paint throughout the day.
       
     
SCULPTURAL STAIRS
       
     
 The glass roof floods the stairs with light.
       
     
REFINED DETAILING TO STAIR RENOVATION
       
     
BALUSTRADE FEATURE
       
     
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FLOATING STAIRS
       
     
NAUTICAL SEASHELL STAIRCASE
       
     
NAUTICAL SEASHELL STAIRCASE

With the bay close by, this staircase was inspired by the nautical seashells found on the beach.

 Pivotal in plan, light shaft by day and a spectacular light fitting by night.
       
     

Pivotal in plan, light shaft by day and a spectacular light fitting by night.

SPIRAL STAIRS
       
     
SPIRAL STAIRS

This liquid-like staircase forms a spine.

 The pearlescent painted balustrade is fabricated out of 9 pieces of steel. A skylight above allows light to change the colour of the paint throughout the day.
       
     

The pearlescent painted balustrade is fabricated out of 9 pieces of steel. A skylight above allows light to change the colour of the paint throughout the day.

SCULPTURAL STAIRS
       
     
SCULPTURAL STAIRS

In a bayside Beaumaris house, a void above “the organic curved ribbon” of the stairs draws natural light through a slanted steel, glazed roof. At the same time, the stairs – as you scale them – become a platform offering views of the bay.

Steps Ahead (Paul Best, The Age Domain)

 The glass roof floods the stairs with light.
       
     

The glass roof floods the stairs with light.

REFINED DETAILING TO STAIR RENOVATION
       
     
REFINED DETAILING TO STAIR RENOVATION

Turning a staircase into something special with ambient lighting and refined detailing.

BALUSTRADE FEATURE
       
     
BALUSTRADE FEATURE

Simple but elegant

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FLOATING STAIRS
       
     
FLOATING STAIRS

The stairs are undercut with a double profile of treads and risers. There is no first riser. The stairs appear to hover above the floor. They are also set off the wall with a recessed shadow line detail, a continuation of the ideas explored throughout the house. The edge of the stair void is supported by a single column which is also clad in silver mirror. Here the effect is that it ‘disappears’ reflecting its surroundings.