4 stairs you would love to fall down

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1. Stanyards Stables

Alter and Company, the Brighton-based architecture studio, jumped into a farm renovation project which brings an structure of different buildings linked with inside bridges and endless perspectives thank to huge glass walls. The stairs, here: simply mild steel.

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2. Courcelette residence

A 1940's house in Montreal is the perfect excuse to create a minimalistic space for a young couple with kids. Naturehumaine has us a little accustomed to recover spaces in the Canadian city but those 8 steps made of steel covered with white oak wood together with  this tempered glass railing totally deserves to be featured here.

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3.  Sawyer Residence

Walnut, I've never seen this oomph on you. After 100 years of separate residences, this brutalist stairs has unit what seemed to be asunder in Chicago.  Vladimir Radutny has created this stair composed by a steel staircase, wrapped in a walnut wood veneer attached to a large solid panel forming a floating railing.

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4. Lokal Hotel

Simple, clean and gorgeous. Philadelphia has a treasure within its forests. This frame house host the most cosy and familiar hotel. Courtney and Chad Ludeman transformed this space into a great alternative option for those who want to enjoy a peaceful weekend in the woods. 

PhotographyJim Stephenson, Adrien Williams, Alter and Company, Lokal Hotel and Vladimir Radutny