Stairs are an important architectural feature in any multi-level home. More than a way to get from one floor to the next, they provide an opportunity to create a focal point and add sculptural elements that can set the tone for the surrounding spaces. We have worked with various custom fabricators to create these memorable stairways.

Opening up the walls along the stair provided an opportunity for a new, minimalist stair. 

The bevel profile takes the place of a nosing, or overhang. The painted wood enlosure creates the impression of a runner for the natural wood stair.

See Full Project

This simple stair has openings in all directions and filters light from above into adjoining spaces.

A wood bookcase makes use of the space under the stairs.

See Full Project

This stair replaced a previous rectilinear star, introducing a more fluid connection between levels.

See Full Project

The stair to the basement was opened up and features textured resin panels, still obscuring the view down the stair, while keeping the open feel of the hall area.

See Full Project

The stair features thick ash treads that the owner made himself from a tree that was cut down on the property.

The partially cantilevered stair becomes a sculptual element in the entry foyer. 

This stair provides a focal point in the renovated basement.

See Full Project

Railing Detail

Cable rail system provides a minimal guard at open end of stair.

Custom steel stair and railings with red stained oak treads added a modern insertion in a Manhattan townhouse. The glass guard was added during a second phase of renovations to this home.

See Full Project


This stair curves around the powder room enclosure and acts as a bold sculptural element in this large entry foyer.

Oak railings with translucent resin infill panels provide interest to this simple stair structure.