If you’re in a building with more than one floor, there is probably going to be a staircase. Most people think of interior stairs as primarily functional, but for designers nowadays it is becoming more of an enormous aspect, and sometimes the main “wow factor” to a house or building. Continue reading for amazing interior stair inspirations from some of the most luxurious buildings!
Bottega Veneta’s Manhattan boutique
This 15,000 square foot space, the 5-story boutique has everything you could possibly need; womenswear, menswear, accessories, watches, jewelry, fragrance, eyewear and homeware. The creative designer and director Tomas Maier drew his interior stairs inspiration from looking at the Manhattan city skyline. He created a glass staircase that runs fluidly through the boutique using grey, green and beige tones.
Fendi’s Sloane Street boutique, by Dimore Studio
Another excellent interior stair idea can be seen in Dimore Studio’s Fendi Sloane Street outlet, showcasing the banisters as a prominent feature. They are lined with wedge-shaped panels made from different kinds of metals. Truly a very unique and vintage look. This staircase has the 1960s and 70s vibes with its velvet and mohair-lined walls and plush amber carpets.
Philip Plein’s gleaming Claudio Pironi-designed London flagship
This next amazing staircase design was created by Italian architect Claudio Pirono. Its appearance is unlike the usual spiral staircase everyone thinks of because it is actually hexagonal. This shape is a clear motif across all of his works, but this particular staircase has black and white marble, glass and stainless steel.
Barney’s flagship store in downtown Manhattan
Another incredible staircase design in the Barneys flagship store is like a sculptural masterpiece. It actually acts as the store’s main centerpiece because of its utter beauty and magnificence. Its perfect circular spiral looks so flawless from any angle, especially in crisp white.
APC’s Solid Oak Spiral staircase in Filles du Calvaire
Lastly, this Parisian brand APC’s minimal style staircase is so classic and timeless. The pale oak wood is natural and pairs perfectly with the winding corkscrew staircase. It is worth the visit to the Filles du Calvaire store in Paris as it transforms the space.
Now you have seen some of the best stairs from all over the world. Remember to pay attention to all of the unique staircases you spot in the future and you can decide for yourself if they are transforming the environment.