RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSIONContemporary Staircase, Melbourne

This is an example of a contemporary staircase in Melbourne. —  Houzz
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migahomes wrote:27 May 2015
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    Bagnato Architecture & Interiors

    Hi

    It is very difficult to see from this photo but there is a hidden stringer along the wall and a hidden stringer set in 200 mm in from the side glass wall. I have attached a photo of the underside showing the stringer to the right while the stringer along the wall is hidden with the hardwood panel.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Dominic Bagnato

What Houzz contributors are saying:

jennycdrew
Jenny Drew added this to Houzz Tour: Church Renovation a Golden Opportunity29 Apr 2014

This staircase is the link between the old and new building. It leads up to the bedrooms and features partially exposed stained hardwood treads for a floating effect.

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dmwege
dmwege added this to Lancaster Ave Property Ideas11 May 2019

Exposed tread stairway could be quite cool going up to the Lancaster Ave loft area.

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