The core of the glass-enclosed spiral staircase at this Portland residence is a hexagon, a reference to the floor plan, in which six triangular modules are joined together.
The ground level of this scenic English countryside home features engineered oak flooring and a glass wall to display the folded steel-plate staircase, clad in timber.
An open staircase, which leads to a loft upstairs and three bedrooms on the lower level, is the focal point of this North Carolina home.
The inside of this 1960s Hollywood Hills home, originally designed by Case Study legends Buff, Straub and Hensman, was transformed by LA-based architect Don Dimster with a new, modern outlook. “The treads are open because we wanted to have as much light come down as possible,” says Dimster.
A portion of the glass-enclosed staircase at this indoor-outdoor home in Virginia is fabricated from steel with a clear coat.