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Mid-Century Treppen Ideen und Design

Chevy Chase - Mid CenturyChevy Chase - Mid Century
Teass \ Warren ArchitectsTeass \ Warren Architects
Mittelgroße Retro Treppe in U-Form mit Holz-Setzstufen und Holzwänden in Washington, D.C.
83_Blonde Wood Stairway with Sleek Horizontal-Metal Balustrade, Springfield VA 283_Blonde Wood Stairway with Sleek Horizontal-Metal Balustrade, Springfield VA 2
Century Stair CompanyCentury Stair Company
Placed in a central corner in this beautiful home, this u-shape staircase with light color wood treads and hand rails features a horizontal-sleek black rod railing that not only protects its occupants, it also provides visual flow and invites owners and guests to visit bottom and upper levels. CSC © 1976-2020 Century Stair Company. All rights reserved.
The Big ChangeThe Big Change
Portland Stair CompanyPortland Stair Company
White Oak treads with square edges and exposed end grain, White Oak newels and railings, plain black metal balusters
Große Retro Treppe in L-Form mit gebeizten Holz-Setzstufen in Portland
Studio City, CA ProjectStudio City, CA Project
Whoa. InteriorsWhoa. Interiors
Retro Treppe mit offenen Setzstufen und Drahtgeländer in Los Angeles
Project | Coastal Beach HouseProject | Coastal Beach House
Eco Outdoor USAEco Outdoor USA
Architecture & Interiors: Studio Esteta Photography: Sean Fennessy Located in an enviable position within arm’s reach of a beach pier, the refurbishment of Coastal Beach House references the home’s coastal context and pays homage to it’s mid-century bones. “Our client’s brief sought to rejuvenate the double storey residence, whilst maintaining the existing building footprint”, explains Sarah Cosentino, director of Studio Esteta. As the orientation of the original dwelling already maximized the coastal aspect, the client engaged Studio Esteta to tailor the spatial arrangement to better accommodate their love for entertaining with minor modifications. “In response, our design seeks to be in synergy with the mid-century character that presented, emphasizing its stylistic significance to create a light-filled, serene and relaxed interior that feels wholly connected to the adjacent bay”, Sarah explains. The client’s deep appreciation of the mid-century design aesthetic also called for original details to be preserved or used as reference points in the refurbishment. Items such as the unique wall hooks were repurposed and a light, tactile palette of natural materials was adopted. The neutral backdrop allowed space for the client’s extensive collection of art and ceramics and avoided distracting from the coastal views.
Seattle Midcentury Addition and RemodelSeattle Midcentury Addition and Remodel
H2D Architecture + DesignH2D Architecture + Design
This staircase uses an artistic and unique slat wall to replace a more standard railing and add more visual interest. Design by: H2D Architecture + Design www.h2darchitects.com Built by: Carlisle Classic Homes Photos: Christopher Nelson Photography
Mid-Century Raised Ranch RemodelMid-Century Raised Ranch Remodel
The Artisans Group, Inc.The Artisans Group, Inc.
Winner of the 2018 Tour of Homes Best Remodel, this whole house re-design of a 1963 Bennet & Johnson mid-century raised ranch home is a beautiful example of the magic we can weave through the application of more sustainable modern design principles to existing spaces. We worked closely with our client on extensive updates to create a modernized MCM gem. Extensive alterations include: - a completely redesigned floor plan to promote a more intuitive flow throughout - vaulted the ceilings over the great room to create an amazing entrance and feeling of inspired openness - redesigned entry and driveway to be more inviting and welcoming as well as to experientially set the mid-century modern stage - the removal of a visually disruptive load bearing central wall and chimney system that formerly partitioned the homes’ entry, dining, kitchen and living rooms from each other - added clerestory windows above the new kitchen to accentuate the new vaulted ceiling line and create a greater visual continuation of indoor to outdoor space - drastically increased the access to natural light by increasing window sizes and opening up the floor plan - placed natural wood elements throughout to provide a calming palette and cohesive Pacific Northwest feel - incorporated Universal Design principles to make the home Aging In Place ready with wide hallways and accessible spaces, including single-floor living if needed - moved and completely redesigned the stairway to work for the home’s occupants and be a part of the cohesive design aesthetic - mixed custom tile layouts with more traditional tiling to create fun and playful visual experiences - custom designed and sourced MCM specific elements such as the entry screen, cabinetry and lighting - development of the downstairs for potential future use by an assisted living caretaker - energy efficiency upgrades seamlessly woven in with much improved insulation, ductless mini splits and solar gain
Hawthorne Hills ResidenceHawthorne Hills Residence
Tammara Stroud DesignTammara Stroud Design
In 1949, one of mid-century modern’s most famous NW architects, Paul Hayden Kirk, built this early “glass house” in Hawthorne Hills. Rather than flattening the rolling hills of the Northwest to accommodate his structures, Kirk sought to make the least impact possible on the building site by making use of it natural landscape. When we started this project, our goal was to pay attention to the original architecture--as well as designing the home around the client’s eclectic art collection and African artifacts. The home was completely gutted, since most of the home is glass, hardly any exterior walls remained. We kept the basic footprint of the home the same—opening the space between the kitchen and living room. The horizontal grain matched walnut cabinets creates a natural continuous movement. The sleek lines of the Fleetwood windows surrounding the home allow for the landscape and interior to seamlessly intertwine. In our effort to preserve as much of the design as possible, the original fireplace remains in the home and we made sure to work with the natural lines originally designed by Kirk.
Hon HouseHon House
Analogue (formerly EN Architects)Analogue (formerly EN Architects)
Schwebende, Kleine Retro Holztreppe mit offenen Setzstufen in Baltimore
Midcentury Beach HouseMidcentury Beach House
Stratos FormStratos Form
Photography by Aidin Mariscal
Mittelgroße Mid-Century Treppe in U-Form mit Holz-Setzstufen in Orange County
Modern Retro HomeModern Retro Home
Intrim Group Pty LtdIntrim Group Pty Ltd
Mid-Century Holztreppe in L-Form mit Stahlgeländer in Newcastle - Maitland
Cohen ResidenceCohen Residence
Abramson ArchitectsAbramson Architects
A living tree is stationed on the ground level, sprouting up through the multi-tier stairwell. Photo: Jim Bartsch
Große Retro Treppe in U-Form mit offenen Setzstufen in Los Angeles
Mid Century MOD Austin RemodelMid Century MOD Austin Remodel
Becca Stephens InteriorsBecca Stephens Interiors
Molly Winters Photography
Gerade, Mittelgroße Mid-Century Treppe mit gefliesten Treppenstufen und gefliesten Setzstufen in Austin
Somerset RenovationSomerset Renovation
Balodemas ArchitectsBalodemas Architects
Anice Hoachlander, Hoachlander Davis Photography
Gerade Mid-Century Holztreppe mit offenen Setzstufen in Washington, D.C.
Midcentury ModernMidcentury Modern
Robert Dean ArchitectsRobert Dean Architects
Trevor Tondro
Mittelgroße Retro Holztreppe in L-Form mit offenen Setzstufen in New York

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