This modern home with its heavy architectural beams and ordered spaces was given a dash of fluidity and some natural vibes by the design of the main staircase and some clever use of the surrounding decor.
Solid European oak and brushed stainless steel combine here to bring the essences of the natural world and modern life together.
Thin stainless spindles and twisting, rounded handrails give an almost branch or stem-like feel, mirroring the potted plants nestled below and the beautifully simple feature painting on the wall above.
The choice of balustrade and open risers lets plenty of light flood through into the room and allows for a good view of the garden and treeline beyond, helping to pull the outside inside.
Key features include:
•Quarter winder staircase
•Semi-cantilevered treads, offset from the wall with steel spacers
•Vertical 'connecting bolts' for support in brushed stainless steel
•Additional support provided by an oak stringer passing infront of the window
•Brushed stainless steel spindle balustrade
•Round brushed stainless steel newel posts
•Rounded handrail, with single compound mitre in the eye of the stairs