Large Staircase Design Ideas
Attic bedroom design by Andrea Mosca, Architect, Paris France
SMPL Design Studio
Camp Design inc.
Photo by Kentahasegawa
Delson or Sherman Architects pc
Complete Stair Systems Ltd
mix of modern staircase in a traditional structure
CMZ DI ZECCHIN MANUEL
This backland development is currently under construction and comprises five 3 bedroom courtyard houses, four two bedroom flats and a commercial unit fronting Heath Road. Previously a garage site, the project had an unsuccessful planning history before Thomas Alexander crafted the approved scheme and was considered an un-developable site by the vendor. The proposal of courtyard houses with adaptive roof forms minimised the massing at sensitive areas of the backland site and created a predominantly inward facing housetype to minimise overlooking and create light, bright and tranquil living spaces. The concept seeks to celebrate the prior industrial use of the site. Formal brickwork creates a strong relationship with the streetscape and a standing seam cladding suggests a more industrial finish to pay homage to the prior raw materiality of the backland site. The relationship between these two materials is ever changing throughout the scheme. At the streetscape, tall and slender brick piers ofer a strong stance and appear to be controlling and holding back a metal clad form which peers between the brickwork. They are graceful in nature and appear to effortlessly restrain the metal form. Phase two of the project is due to be completed in the first quarter of 2020 and will deliver 4 flats and a commercial unit to the frontage at Heath Road.
At The Resort, seeing is believing. This is a home in a class of its own; a home of grand proportions and timeless classic features, with a contemporary theme designed to appeal to today’s modern family. From the grand foyer with its soaring ceilings, stainless steel lift and stunning granite staircase right through to the state-of-the-art kitchen, this is a home designed to impress, and offers the perfect combination of luxury, style and comfort for every member of the family. No detail has been overlooked in providing peaceful spaces for private retreat, including spacious bedrooms and bathrooms, a sitting room, balcony and home theatre. For pure and total indulgence, the master suite, reminiscent of a five-star resort hotel, has a large well-appointed ensuite that is a destination in itself. If you can imagine living in your own luxury holiday resort, imagine life at The Resort...here you can live the life you want, without compromise – there’ll certainly be no need to leave home, with your own dream outdoor entertaining pavilion right on your doorstep! A spacious alfresco terrace connects your living areas with the ultimate outdoor lifestyle – living, dining, relaxing and entertaining, all in absolute style. Be the envy of your friends with a fully integrated outdoor kitchen that includes a teppanyaki barbecue, pizza oven, fridges, sink and stone benchtops. In its own adjoining pavilion is a deep sunken spa, while a guest bathroom with an outdoor shower is discreetly tucked around the corner. It’s all part of the perfect resort lifestyle available to you and your family every day, all year round, at The Resort. The Resort is the latest luxury home designed and constructed by Atrium Homes, a West Australian building company owned and run by the Marcolina family. For over 25 years, three generations of the Marcolina family have been designing and building award-winning homes of quality and distinction, and The Resort is a stunning showcase for Atrium’s attention to detail and superb craftsmanship. For those who appreciate the finer things in life, The Resort boasts features like designer lighting, stone benchtops throughout, porcelain floor tiles, extra-height ceilings, premium window coverings, a glass-enclosed wine cellar, a study and home theatre, and a kitchen with a separate scullery and prestige European appliances. As with every Atrium home, The Resort represents the company’s family values of innovation, excellence and value for money.
Blue Star Paint & Property Services
Staircase at Historic Peggy Stewart House. Walls were skim coats and archway cracks repaired. Baseboards in Benjamin Moore Black high gloss, walls in HC-4 Hawthorne yellow.
l'escalier est peint, cela change complètement son aspect, les marches et la rambarde sont mis en valeur.
L&D Interieur - Louise Delabre EIRL
Tu arquitecto reforma
Barbara Belloso - Tu Arquitecto Reforma
The staircase speaks for itself, this was hand made so many years ago and it a decor element in its own rights. we just had to find a way to add a little decoration but now enough to take away from the beauty of the staircase. so by adding an open console table and a little pop of color with the wall art it did the trick.