Not suitable for people afraid of heights! Designed by Sabina Lang and Daniel Baumann these stairs definitely qualify as extreme!
A pretty fast, entertaining, and easy way to go to the swimming pool area would be to have this stair and slide in your own home!
What looks like a dinosour backbone is actually a sculptural staircase designed by Philip Watts.
If you don’t know what to do with the skateboards you have stored in your basement, why not putting them to a good use and build a stair that takes you there? Just like this skateboard school built these for their basement.
Why would you be confused here? If the bookshelves are so obviously different from the stairs! Oh wait, actually… the bookshelves of this Victorian mansion ARE the stairs! Great idea Levitate Architects.
Nope, it’s not the rippling ribbon you lost while wrapping that birthday gift, these are the stairs to the 2nd floor of your apartment! Designed by HSH Architects, this staircase is pretty awesome!
This is a custom designed stair for a loft’s bedroom. Even though it doesn’t look like it, the stair is comfortable, safe to climb, and… by looking at this picture, it is 100% spatially efficient!
Nope, it’s not the alcohol that makes you see like these stairs are floating in the air… they are! The thing is that Ecole had the great idea to come up with this awesome stair design.
Talking about being practical and saving some space around the apartment… You can use this foldable stair design! Just don’t forget to “open” the steps before going downstairs, and “close” them after you get there. Be careful, you don’t want babies near these awesome stairs! They are for adults only.
The Staircase of this house in Sweden it’s really confusing. The wood colors blend in a way that the stairs only look like an extension of the wooden floor itself! Designed by TAF arkitektkontor.
This wooden staircase makes you wanna grab a glass of milk and try to bite these steps that look like chocolate elongated cookies!
Since this staircase doesn’t have any rails, it kinda gives you the feeling that you’re about to fall, or that you’ll fall any minute as you go up the steps!