Photographer: David Ramsey
The staircase was designed with space saving in mind, and some clever storage was created at landing height to maximise space. The lighting was designed to illuminate the stairs at nighttime and reduce the risk of tripping.
Each detail in this stairway in a home in Park City is a prime example of dressing up a typically boring straight switch back staircase. We started with Hickory treads and risers and added a housed stringer. Then a stunning custom two-piece Hickory handrail sits atop the railing with the balusters at each end piercing the lower handrail, all to create visual appeal. Add to that the illusion of the tread ends piercing through the stringers and in turn being pierced by the 1" solid steel balusters and you hold people's attention to the point that they forget that they were even climbing a stair. Now that's the way to travel!
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