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By Design Interiors, Inc.
The redesign of the foyer included the addition of a board and batten detail on the walls, new wood flooring, along with new railing that gave the home the character and warmth it so greatly needed. We also included a unique bench with a lovely base detail and a lovely antique mirrored pendant light. The stairwell was also designed to include an accent light integrated into the base trim which not only serves the function of illumination, but also adds warmth. The homeowner also had a fun idea of adding all the family members names on the risers going up to the second floor.
Victoria Hardy Interiors
Chicago Home Photos Barrington, IL
Modern design by Alberto Juarez and Darin Radac of Novum Architecture in Los Angeles.
Innovate Building Solutions
There is nothing quite as sleek as a glass staircase. The aluminum brackets at the side make these glass steps look like they are floating!
H2D Architecture + Design
This home is designed to be accessible for all three floors of the home via the residential elevator shown in the photo. The elevator runs through the core of the house, from the basement to rooftop deck. Alongside the elevator, the steel and walnut floating stair provides a feature in the space. Design by: H2D Architecture + Design www.h2darchitects.com #kirklandarchitect #kirklandcustomhome #kirkland #customhome #greenhome #sustainablehomedesign #residentialelevator #concreteflooring
The existing staircase that led from the lower ground to the upper ground floor, was removed and replaced with a new, feature open tread glass and steel staircase towards the back of the house, thereby maximising the lower ground floor space. All of the internal walls on this floor were removed and in doing so created an expansive and welcoming space. Due to its’ lack of natural daylight this floor worked extremely well as a Living / TV room. The new open timber tread, steel stringer with glass balustrade staircase was designed to sit easily within the existing building and to complement the original 1970’s spiral staircase. Because this space was going to be a hard working area, it was designed with a rugged semi industrial feel. Underfloor heating was installed and the floor was tiled with a large format Mutina tile in dark khaki with an embossed design. This was complemented by a distressed painted brick effect wallpaper on the back wall which received no direct light and thus the wallpaper worked extremely well, really giving the impression of a painted brick wall. The furniture specified was bright and colourful, as a counterpoint to the walls and floor. The palette was burnt orange, yellow and dark woods with industrial metals. Furniture pieces included a metallic, distressed sideboard and desk, a burnt orange sofa, yellow Hans J Wegner Papa Bear armchair, and a large black and white zig zag patterned rug.
Haus am Hang Diemer Architekten Bildnachweis: DASHOLTHAUS GmbH crossmedia agentur Im Eichels 10 69469 Weinheim
Couture Concrete Systems
Microtopping on facing and treads to even out
Photographer: Anand Jaju
Mike Jensen Photography
Goldberg General Contracting
Photo © Eric Hausmann Architect: Vinci Hamp Architecture Interiors: Stephanie Wohlner Design
A & E Custom Metal Fabrication and Welding LLC