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Treppen mit Beton-Setzstufen Ideen und Design

Gorgeous Renovation London
Gorgeous Renovation London
Demand&Deliver LtdDemand&Deliver Ltd
This staircase exudes a clean and neat appearance, adorned with wall lighting features that enhance its overall aesthetics. The design is characterized by a comfortable simplicity, achieving an elegant look that seamlessly blends functionality with style.
The Open House
The Open House
Studio Nishita KamdarStudio Nishita Kamdar
Photographer : Kunal Bhatia
Industrial Betontreppe in U-Form mit Beton-Setzstufen in Mumbai
Montana Residence
Montana Residence
Studio  Zerbey Architecture + InteriorsStudio Zerbey Architecture + Interiors
© Steve Keating
Gerade Moderne Holztreppe mit Beton-Setzstufen in Seattle
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Eingangsbereich
Eingangsbereich
blocher partnersblocher partners
Mittelgroße Moderne Betontreppe mit Beton-Setzstufen in Stuttgart
Private House
Private House
LightstyleLightstyle
Ice Chandelier (murano glass)
Gewendelte Moderne Betontreppe mit Beton-Setzstufen in London
Vivienda en Sant Andreu de Llavaneres
Vivienda en Sant Andreu de Llavaneres
MIRAG Arquitectura i GestioMIRAG Arquitectura i Gestio
Jordi Surroca, fotógrafo
Gerade, Große Moderne Betontreppe mit Beton-Setzstufen in Barcelona
French Retreat
French Retreat
Nathalie Priem PhotographyNathalie Priem Photography
Nathalie Priem
Gewendelte, Große Mediterrane Betontreppe mit Beton-Setzstufen in Toulouse
Volumes, formes et perspectives
Volumes, formes et perspectives
Comme Quoi ArchitectureComme Quoi Architecture
Maison contemporaine réalisée par l'architecte Emmanuel Thirad de Comme Quoi architecture. Projet extrêmement complexe en plein cœur de Paris.
Gewendelte, Mittelgroße Industrial Betontreppe mit Beton-Setzstufen in Paris
Zacatitos 01
Zacatitos 01
Campos StudioCampos Studio
Photo Credit @ John Sinal
Moderne Betontreppe mit Beton-Setzstufen in Sonstige
Escalier Béton & chaux
Escalier Béton & chaux
Nathalie Odiot Architecture d'IntérieurNathalie Odiot Architecture d'Intérieur
Mittelgroße Mediterrane Betontreppe in U-Form mit Beton-Setzstufen in Sonstige
Custom Home Interior Design, Entertaining Area, Spiral Staircase
Custom Home Interior Design, Entertaining Area, Spiral Staircase
CBI Design Professionals, Inc.CBI Design Professionals, Inc.
In 2014, we were approached by a couple to achieve a dream space within their existing home. They wanted to expand their existing bar, wine, and cigar storage into a new one-of-a-kind room. Proud of their Italian heritage, they also wanted to bring an “old-world” feel into this project to be reminded of the unique character they experienced in Italian cellars. The dramatic tone of the space revolves around the signature piece of the project; a custom milled stone spiral stair that provides access from the first floor to the entry of the room. This stair tower features stone walls, custom iron handrails and spindles, and dry-laid milled stone treads and riser blocks. Once down the staircase, the entry to the cellar is through a French door assembly. The interior of the room is clad with stone veneer on the walls and a brick barrel vault ceiling. The natural stone and brick color bring in the cellar feel the client was looking for, while the rustic alder beams, flooring, and cabinetry help provide warmth. The entry door sequence is repeated along both walls in the room to provide rhythm in each ceiling barrel vault. These French doors also act as wine and cigar storage. To allow for ample cigar storage, a fully custom walk-in humidor was designed opposite the entry doors. The room is controlled by a fully concealed, state-of-the-art HVAC smoke eater system that allows for cigar enjoyment without any odor.
Vaucluse Project
Vaucluse Project
Sareen Stone Pty LtdSareen Stone Pty Ltd
Gewendelte Moderne Betontreppe mit Beton-Setzstufen und Stahlgeländer in Sydney
Newport Beach Bayside Abode
Newport Beach Bayside Abode
Cantoni IrvineCantoni Irvine
Designed By: Richard Bustos Photos By: Chad Mellon It is practically unheard of in interior design—that, in a matter of four hours, the majority of furnishings, accessories, lighting and artwork could be selected for an entire 5,000-square-foot home. But that was exactly the story for Cantoni designer Richard Bustos and his clients, Karen and Mike Moran. The couple, who had purchased and were in the midst of gutting a home on the water in Newport Beach, California, knew what they wanted. Combined with Richard’s design assistance, it was a match made for swift decision-making and the resulting beautifully neutral, modern space. “We went into Cantoni in Irvine and fell in love with it—it was everything we liked,” Karen says. “Richard had the same vision we did, and we told him what we wanted, and he would direct us. He was on the same level.” Even more surprising: they selected the furnishings before the home’s bones were even complete. They had wanted a more contemporary vibe to capitalize on the expansive bay views and were in the midst of ripping out low ceilings and outdated spaces. “We wanted modern warmth,” Karen says. “Cantoni furniture was the perfect fit.” After their initial meeting, Richard met with the couple several times to take measurements and ensure pieces would fit. And they did—with elegant cohesion. In the living room, they leaned heavily on the Fashion Affair collection by Malerba, which is exclusive to Cantoni in the U.S. He flanked the Fashion Affair sofa in ivory leather with the Fashion Affair club chairs in taupe leather and the ivory Viera area rug to create a sumptuous textural mix. In the center, he placed the brown-glossed Fashion Affair low cocktail table and Fashion Affair occasional table for ease of entertaining and conversation. A punch of glamour came by way of a set of Ravi table lamps in gold-glazed porcelain set on special-ordered Fashion Affair side tables. The Harmony floor sculpture in black stone and capiz shell was brought in for added interest. “Because of the grand scale of the living room—with high ceilings and numerous windows overlooking the water—the pieces in the space had to have more substance,” Richard says. “They are heavier-scaled than traditional modern furnishings, and in neutral tones to allow the architectural elements, such as a glass staircase and elevator, to be the main focal point.” The trio settled on the Fashion Affair extension table in brown gloss with a bronze metal arc base in the formal dining area, and flanked it with eight Arcadia high-back chairs. “We like to have Sunday dinners with our large family, and now we finally have a big dining-room table,” Karen says. The master bedroom also affords bay views, and they again leaned heavily on neutral tones with the M Place California-king bed with chrome accents, the M Place nightstand with M Place table lamps, the M Place bench, Natuzzi’s Anteprima chair and a Scoop accent table. “They were fun, happy, cool people to work with,” Richard says. One of the couple’s favorite spaces—the family room—features a remote-controlled, drop-down projection screen. For comfortable viewing, Richard paired the Milano sectional (with a power recliner) with the Sushi round cocktail table, the Lambrea accent table, and a Ravi table lamp in a gold metallic snakeskin pattern. “Richard was wonderful, was on top of it, and was a great asset to our team,” Karen says. Mike agrees. “Richard was a dedicated professional,” he says. “He spent hours walking us through Cantoni making suggestions, measuring, and offering advice on what would and wouldn’t work. Cantoni furniture was a natural fit.”
Atelier Daaa, SAINT JACQUES LOFT
Atelier Daaa, SAINT JACQUES LOFT
BCDF studioBCDF studio
Bertrand Fompeyrine Photographe
Moderne Betontreppe mit Beton-Setzstufen in Paris
Minimalist Inspirations
Minimalist Inspirations
Prima HomesPrima Homes
Gerade Industrial Betontreppe mit Beton-Setzstufen und Drahtgeländer in Perth
Nuestro trabajo
Nuestro trabajo
Shore PicturesShore Pictures
Mittelgroße Mediterrane Betontreppe in L-Form mit Beton-Setzstufen in Palma de Mallorca

Treppen mit Beton-Setzstufen Ideen und Design

CASA PEDRO
CASA PEDRO
VDV ARQVDV ARQ
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Moderne Betontreppe in U-Form mit Beton-Setzstufen in Sonstige
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