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پیش‌رفت‌های سازه‌ای و رشد کیفیت سازه‌ای متریال‌های گوناگون ساختمونی، امروزه به ما فرصت می‌ده تا بتونیم متفاوت از گذشته تصمیم‌هایی برای محیط زندگی‌مون بگیریم.مثلا در معماری سنتی ما همیشه پله به عنوان توده‌ای پر و ساختمونی در گوشه و کنار بنا و در بی‌اهمیتی کامل قرار داشت. اما امروزه حتی امکان اون هست که پله ها به صورت آویز و با سبک‌ترین مصالح و سازه‌ها اجرا بشن. در این پست چندین طرح پله‌های آویز و معلق رو با هم می‌بینیم که به خصوص برای دوستانی که کار طراحی داخلی می‌کنن می‌تونه ایده‌بخش و دیدنی تلقی بشه.

 

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Cantilevered from the wall, made from heavy steel, concrete or glass, these stair treads seem unfettered by the laws of physics, hovering in the air. All manner of engineering tricks were used to make these 18 modern staircases into works of art that we just can’t stop staring at.

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How do you make concrete stairs look lighter than air? These stairs at the ‘Querosene House’ by architecture firm grupoSP seem to defy gravity, hovering with no visible support.[h=4] Cold-Rolled Steel in Manhattan by RAAD

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floor to another, these black cold-rolled steel stairs resemble one solid piece of metal, folded like an accordion. Designed by RAAD for a home in Manhattan, the stairs have several waterjet-cut steel stringers concealed within the thickness of the metal

 

 

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Cantilevered out from the wall, these minimalist steel stairs are right at home in a thoroughly modern West Seattle residence full of steel beams and exposed concrete.[h=4] Folded Steel Origami Stairs, London

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Folded like origami, this stainless steel staircase by architects Bell Phillips are a striking centerpiece for an all-white hallway in a London home. Six millimeters thick, the stairs look like they’re floating but are actually supported by a glass balustrade.[h=4] Suspended Stairs at the Godzilla House, South Korea

 

 

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South Korea’s ‘Godzilla House’ is quite an interesting piece of architecture as a whole, but the curved shape and chameleon-like metal facade are just the beginning. One particularly striking element included by Chae Pereira architects is a wooden staircase with white vertical supports that almost look like rope from a distance.[h=4] Ribbon Illusion Stairs by HSH Architects

zvb3qomv0cbtg12jgn73.jpg[/h]If you have to stare at your staircase from the living room every day, why not make it a work of art? This beautiful ribbon staircase by HSH Architects puts ordinary stairs to shame, distributing weight down to the floor through hidden brackets mounted into the wall.[h=4] Bright and Modern in Italy

 

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In the midst of an airy, mostly-white midcentury modern home is this seemingly floating staircase, supported on the external side by a sheet of red-tinted acrylic. The stairs are lit from beneath and the transparent wall reflects the room around it, giving the whole staircase a slightly psychedelic feel.[/h][h=4] Semi-Circular Plastic Stairs for Kids

 

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This whole incredibly creative space is definitely worth a look – it’s fascinating, fun and futuristic – but for the purposes of this article, let’s talk about these awesome stairs. Each curving step descends from the wall on either side, forming a totally unexpected way to access a play area on the next floor.

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The way that these stairs play with light and reflection in the space around them is almost more important than the stairs themselves – design-wise, at least. Positioned above a reflecting pool, the cantilevered stairs provide a bit of shady respite on the way to a sunny terrace.[h=4] Incredible Bird’s Nest Suspended Staircase

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These stairs definitely aren’t trying to hide – they’re the most interesting element in the room. Reminiscent of a bird cage, the chaotic criss-crossing metal bars are balanced by the serene white of the walls and cabinets.[h=4] Triangular Treads at the Shallard House in New Zealand

39lyq45npllgx54d710e.jpg[/h]Triangular stair treads were a fitting choice for a very angular modern home in New Zealand, designed by architects Lat Forty Five. Each individual step is bolted onto the block wall to give the illusion of flotation.[h=4] Spiraling Stairs Supported by a White Wall

 

 

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The owners of this home took full advantage of the ultra-high ceiling in the space to create a little library, connecting the second floor to the first with a partially spiraling staircase that is supported by a wedge of a wall, providing a private nook for reading behind it.[/h][h=4]Hanging Black-and-White at BUMPS, Beijing[/h][h=4]

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These highly unusual blocky black-and-white stairs are a visual echo of the BUMPS building’s exterior, which consists of black and white rectangles seemingly stacked Jenga-style. Each step is connected to the next leaving negative space as they descend, resulting in interesting optical effects when viewed from the lower floor.[h=4] Cantilevered Concrete by Eugeone Pons

irmlm8vh8ucd5aj97zk8.jpgConcrete once again seems to flout the laws of physics in this unnamed building, photographed by Eugeni Pons.[/h][h=4] Modern Floating Stairs in Austriarkn2ectn4l8ycqui146e.jpg

 

 

Two separate steps of ribbon stairs, hovering above the ground, form a breathtakingly artistic staircase at Büro.Loft in Austria.[/h][h=4] Minimalist Black Stairs by Ecolehqrnxy4enr3fxvj0jbp.jpg[/h]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Like an Escher drawing sprung into three dimensions, this floating staircase by Ecole is made all the more dramatic with the use of bold black against a white wall.[h=4] Near-Invisible White Staircase in Tokyo

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Achieving the opposite effect from the previous example, this staircase in Tokyo is as unobtrusive as possible, practically disappearing into the wall

 

 

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Viewed straight-on or from the side, this staircase by Eedesign doesn’t look too unusual. But from certain angles, the novelty of the design becomes apparent. Beneath standard-shaped stair treads is a curving support system that resembles a spine, giving the staircase a highly sculptural quality.[h=4] Lello Bookshop Stairs

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These majestic and impressive stairs can be found in Lello Bookshop in Portugal. The sheer heft of this staircase is balanced nicely by the smooth flow of all of its shapes. The grand staircase begins as two sets of steps on the upper level, then the two become one when the entire staircase folds under itself to glide smoothly to the lower floor. The color and sturdy dimensions give the entire staircase an almost mouth-like appearance.[/h][h=4] Steel Ribbon Staircasew76vnp8wzrqaalzejbc.jpg

 

 

This incredible design, believe it or not, is made from 10mm thick sheet metal, and there are no hidden suspensions keeping it aloft; just wall brackets and tension. The ribbon of sheet metal zigzags up the space to make the exposed staircase appear open, airy and mysterious. And best of all, the whole staircase is surprisingly sturdy. Designed by HSH Architects, the staircase is in the main living area of a home in Prague.[/h][h=4] Umschreibung (Rewriting

 

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This

crazy staircase to nowhere was commissioned by accounting firm KPMG in Munich in 2004. It was built by artist Olafur Eliasson and now stands in the courtyard of the KPMG building. Besides being an interesting focal point, it’s a functional staircase – if you consider traveling its pointless path “functional.” Although the stairs won’t actually get you anywhere, it’s probably a fun lunchtime break for the people who work in the building.[h=4] 1M2 Stairsftzrsh45cs0g41s5c4c4.jpg

 

 

 

For hopelessly tiny spaces where traditional stairs would take up too much precious floor real estate, EeDesign has a solution. These stairs fit into just over 1 meter of floor space to provide a passage to higher ground that’s basically like walking up a spiral ladder. They come in many colors and can be customized to fit each unique home and space.[/h][h=4] The Gray Hotel Floating Stairs3p98o09dpspii66fvr6.jpg[/h]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Gray Hotel in Milan is a stunning modern building designed by Florence architect Guido Ciompi. There are countless things to love about the building and its furnishings, but these floating stairs stand out. Obviously, one would need to be very careful when ascending them after a night of drinking, but their clean lines and unique design are unforgettable.[h=4] Staircase Slidew2cjyg2sow0lnpt3jtpb.jpg

 

 

 

London architect Alex Michaelis may have discovered the quickest way to get the kids to come down for dinner: let them slide down. Alex let his kids have some input as to what features they wanted in the house he was building, and the staircase slide was one of them. It may not be the most practical design ever, but when the kids are happy, everyone’s happy.[/h][h=4] Wheelchair-Accessible Stairsqunaggjfqmv5rc79n847.jpg

 

 

 

For everyone who has ever gotten around in a wheelchair or pushed around a baby stroller, you know how frustrating it is to encounter a building with stairs and no ramp. Almost as bad are the steep, poorly-designed ramps that were simply tacked on later. The McCormick Tribune Campus Center in Chicago made a stylish compromise between stairs and ramp with this staircase that incorporates a zig-zagging ramp with the stairs. Of course, it looks like it might take more energy making all of those twists and turns than it would to just go up an ordinary ramp, but aesthetically it’s very sharp.[/h][h=4] Floating Stairsew00v20moqhkfgc05xrk.jpg[/h]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Unlike other floating stairs, this staircase by

Bernstein Architecturedoesn’t rely on wall brackets to support the steps. Instead, it uses a network of cables to hold each one aloft and completely motionless. According to the architect, the stairs don’t move even a little when they’re stepped on, even though they’re subject to very heavy traffic in their home inside the There TV office in Chicago.[h=4]Bookcase Box Stairsv6guis4wkxhsyuz8vsf.jpgxztt9sbvdvmqxs3s08ys.jpg[/h]

 

 

 

 

 

 

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While such a precarious-looking alternating tread stair design would probably never pass building code in America, this ingenious

bookshelf staircase makes very good use of a small space. It comes from Czech architects Adam Jirkal, Jerry Koza and Tomáš Kalhous and resides in a house they remodeled in Všenory, Czech Republic.[h=4]Wall Stairse0az82r5slaixhnia1n.jpg

 

 

When are stairs more like a door? When they glide smoothly into the wall, disappearing to prevent unwanted guests from wandering up to your home’s upper level. Though it’s just a concept, this disappearing staircase from designer Aaron Tang would be the perfect addition to any international spy’s house. It operates on interior pistons that drive the whole assembly out from the wall, then help each stair lower gently in a wave-like motion. The touch of a button opens or closes the stairs from either end of the staircase.[/h][h=4]Villa Glittenberg Floating Stairsviz191k9y0dbkyd3k6.jpg[/h]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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These stairs reside in

Villa Glittenberg, a family home on the west coast of Norway built by Saunders Architecture. The staircase is made of 1 cm-thick steel and weighs close to one metric ton. It is so massive that it had to be lifted into the home through a skylight with a special crane. The results are simply stunning, though, as the white stairs hovers above the ground and the residents seem to float up to the upper level.[h=4]Hidden Staircase Storage[/h]

 

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Martino Gamper produces consistently elegant and distinctive custom furniture, and this under-staircase storage drawer system is a testament to his ability. In this beautiful English country home, Gamper installed an ingenious hidden storage staircase to give the occupants more room for storage and to use up some previously forgotten wasted space.[h=4]16th Ave Tiled Stairs9e9i3xvag1azzsx852cv.jpg

 

 

 

In the summer of 2005, the residents of the Golden Gates Heights neighborhood banded together to make a unique and long-lasting public art project: the 16th Avenue Tiled Steps. The risers of all 163 stairs (on city property) were decorated with mosaics that neighborhood volunteers assembled. The resulting mural is absolutely breathtaking, covering images from deep in the sea to high in the sky.[/h][h=4]Wooden Library Stairsuc7kxbo7hdbd655dy8us.jpg[/h]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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