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Acrylic Staircase Design Ideas

Brookline Stair
Brookline Stair
ZeroEnergy Design
OVERVIEW Set into a mature Boston area neighborhood, this sophisticated 2900SF home offers efficient use of space, expression through form, and myriad of green features. MULTI-GENERATIONAL LIVING Designed to accommodate three family generations, paired living spaces on the first and second levels are architecturally expressed on the facade by window systems that wrap the front corners of the house. Included are two kitchens, two living areas, an office for two, and two master suites. CURB APPEAL The home includes both modern form and materials, using durable cedar and through-colored fiber cement siding, permeable parking with an electric charging station, and an acrylic overhang to shelter foot traffic from rain. FEATURE STAIR An open stair with resin treads and glass rails winds from the basement to the third floor, channeling natural light through all the home’s levels. LEVEL ONE The first floor kitchen opens to the living and dining space, offering a grand piano and wall of south facing glass. A master suite and private ‘home office for two’ complete the level. LEVEL TWO The second floor includes another open concept living, dining, and kitchen space, with kitchen sink views over the green roof. A full bath, bedroom and reading nook are perfect for the children. LEVEL THREE The third floor provides the second master suite, with separate sink and wardrobe area, plus a private roofdeck. ENERGY The super insulated home features air-tight construction, continuous exterior insulation, and triple-glazed windows. The walls and basement feature foam-free cavity & exterior insulation. On the rooftop, a solar electric system helps offset energy consumption. WATER Cisterns capture stormwater and connect to a drip irrigation system. Inside the home, consumption is limited with high efficiency fixtures and appliances. TEAM Architecture & Mechanical Design – ZeroEnergy Design Contractor – Aedi Construction Photos – Eric Roth Photography
Appartement duplex
Appartement duplex
Charlotte LARDEYRET architecte DPLG
This is an example of a mid-sized contemporary acrylic floating staircase in Paris.
Surfers Paradise Residence
Surfers Paradise Residence
Raywells Design Studio
Concrete feature wall, white stairs. Les Pink
Inspiration for a large contemporary acrylic straight staircase in Gold Coast - Tweed.
Sommerhus Povlsen
Sommerhus Povlsen
Arkitec A/S
Inspiration for a large scandinavian acrylic straight staircase in Esbjerg with open risers.
Contemporary Glass Railings
Contemporary Glass Railings
Bella Stairs, LLC
Glass Railings & Top Mounted Stainless Steel Handrail
This is an example of a small contemporary acrylic l-shaped staircase in Tampa with glass railing.
The Creative PH
The Creative PH
Manuel Roditi Architect and Interior Designer
Eduardo Roditi Photography
This is an example of a large transitional acrylic l-shaped staircase in Mexico City.
TipTopHaus
TipTopHaus
Josh Wynne Construction
Greg Wilson
Photo of a contemporary acrylic u-shaped staircase in Tampa.
Product Installations
Product Installations
Nationwide Lifts BC - Residential Elevators
This is an example of a large contemporary acrylic curved staircase in Vancouver with open risers and glass railing.
HillSide House- Mill Valley
HillSide House- Mill Valley
Jim Zack
Dramatic, custom steel and acrylic stair with glass guardrails. Custom steel fireplace surround Bruce Damonte
Large acrylic u-shaped staircase in San Francisco with open risers.
Bringing Light to a Penthouse
Bringing Light to a Penthouse
Wiedemann Architects LLC
To create a more open plan, our solution was to replace the current enclosed stair with an open, glass stair and to create a proper dining space where the third bedroom used to be. This allows the light from the large living room windows to cascade down the length of the apartment brightening the front entry. The Venetian plaster wall anchors the new stair case and LED lights illuminate each glass tread. Photography: Anice Hoachlander, Hoachlander Davis Photography
Ring Residence
Ring Residence
ONE ARCHITECTS
Jennifer Koskinen | Merritt Design Photo
Photo of a contemporary acrylic staircase in Denver.
Lane Cove major extension
Lane Cove major extension
SBRGROUP
Glass balustrade ensures this staircase is welcoming. The pendant lights add a feature to a structure that can be a little dull.
This is an example of a mid-sized contemporary acrylic u-shaped staircase in Sydney with painted wood risers and metal railing.
Newport Beach Bayside Abode
Newport Beach Bayside Abode
Cantoni Irvine
Designed By: Richard Bustos Photos By: Chad Mellon It is practically unheard of in interior design—that, in a matter of four hours, the majority of furnishings, accessories, lighting and artwork could be selected for an entire 5,000-square-foot home. But that was exactly the story for Cantoni designer Richard Bustos and his clients, Karen and Mike Moran. The couple, who had purchased and were in the midst of gutting a home on the water in Newport Beach, California, knew what they wanted. Combined with Richard’s design assistance, it was a match made for swift decision-making and the resulting beautifully neutral, modern space. “We went into Cantoni in Irvine and fell in love with it—it was everything we liked,” Karen says. “Richard had the same vision we did, and we told him what we wanted, and he would direct us. He was on the same level.” Even more surprising: they selected the furnishings before the home’s bones were even complete. They had wanted a more contemporary vibe to capitalize on the expansive bay views and were in the midst of ripping out low ceilings and outdated spaces. “We wanted modern warmth,” Karen says. “Cantoni furniture was the perfect fit.” After their initial meeting, Richard met with the couple several times to take measurements and ensure pieces would fit. And they did—with elegant cohesion. In the living room, they leaned heavily on the Fashion Affair collection by Malerba, which is exclusive to Cantoni in the U.S. He flanked the Fashion Affair sofa in ivory leather with the Fashion Affair club chairs in taupe leather and the ivory Viera area rug to create a sumptuous textural mix. In the center, he placed the brown-glossed Fashion Affair low cocktail table and Fashion Affair occasional table for ease of entertaining and conversation. A punch of glamour came by way of a set of Ravi table lamps in gold-glazed porcelain set on special-ordered Fashion Affair side tables. The Harmony floor sculpture in black stone and capiz shell was brought in for added interest. “Because of the grand scale of the living room—with high ceilings and numerous windows overlooking the water—the pieces in the space had to have more substance,” Richard says. “They are heavier-scaled than traditional modern furnishings, and in neutral tones to allow the architectural elements, such as a glass staircase and elevator, to be the main focal point.” The trio settled on the Fashion Affair extension table in brown gloss with a bronze metal arc base in the formal dining area, and flanked it with eight Arcadia high-back chairs. “We like to have Sunday dinners with our large family, and now we finally have a big dining-room table,” Karen says. The master bedroom also affords bay views, and they again leaned heavily on neutral tones with the M Place California-king bed with chrome accents, the M Place nightstand with M Place table lamps, the M Place bench, Natuzzi’s Anteprima chair and a Scoop accent table. “They were fun, happy, cool people to work with,” Richard says. One of the couple’s favorite spaces—the family room—features a remote-controlled, drop-down projection screen. For comfortable viewing, Richard paired the Milano sectional (with a power recliner) with the Sushi round cocktail table, the Lambrea accent table, and a Ravi table lamp in a gold metallic snakeskin pattern. “Richard was wonderful, was on top of it, and was a great asset to our team,” Karen says. Mike agrees. “Richard was a dedicated professional,” he says. “He spent hours walking us through Cantoni making suggestions, measuring, and offering advice on what would and wouldn’t work. Cantoni furniture was a natural fit.”
Таунхаус на Рублево-Успенском шоссе
Таунхаус на Рублево-Успенском шоссе
Дизайн студия ARTelle
Дизайнер Иванова Елена Фотограф Блинова Мария
Mid-sized contemporary acrylic straight staircase in Moscow with open risers.
house nara-zaka
house nara-zaka
Yoshi Architects
Eiji Tomita
Photo of a contemporary acrylic staircase in Other.
Beach Views
Beach Views
Justin Moss Interiors
Justin Moss
Design ideas for a contemporary acrylic straight staircase in Melbourne.
Quintessential Modern
Quintessential Modern
Gauge Design Group
Quintessential Modern - less is more
Large tropical acrylic floating staircase in Seattle with open risers.
Загородный дом в поселке Пестово
Загородный дом в поселке Пестово
Бюро Александры Федоровой
Архитектор Александра Федорова Фото Илья Иванов
Photo of a mid-sized contemporary acrylic u-shaped staircase in Moscow with open risers.
Villa M
Villa M
Architettura Sigurtà
This is an example of a contemporary acrylic straight staircase in Other with glass railing.
Choklit
Choklit
Meister Construction Ltd
Design: Splyce Design w/ Artkonstrukt Photo: Sama Jim Canzian
Small modern acrylic floating staircase in Vancouver with metal risers and metal railing.
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