Nowadays, we know that a stairs has become a part of our interior design, because stairs are showing a house elegancy and a taste of the owner. This is the ‘Genetic Stair’ by Brooklyn architects Caliper Studio which is Fully assembled in Brooklyn, transported over the Williamsburg Bridge and hoisted into the Upper West Side sixth floor apartment of two art collectors.
Advanced digital fabrication techniques combined with traditional metalworking expertise, the staircase is the main feature of Caliper Studio’s renovation of this three thousand square foot duplex apartment.
Genetic Stair Top View
Genetic Stair Side View
Genetic Stair Bottom View
Free from all walls and supported only at the top and bottom, this is a unique design feature that oozes class and distinction thanks to it’s faultless design and restrained palette of polished stainless steel, white translucent Corian and low-iron glass.
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