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  • Olga Uzdennikova

    When designing floating staircases, wood and maybe metal are the most common choices. They’re rather lightweight and they’re also durable and strong. But concrete can be an option too. In fact, this floating concrete staircase makes quite a statement.

  • Decor Aid

    Concrete obsession: Floating Concrete Stair by Ábaton Arquitectura / Get started on liberating your interior design at Decoraid (decoraid.com).

  • Belinda D'Angelo

    Love for interiors architecture

  • Jeannina Moya

    floating stairs | Ábaton Arquitectura.

  • Candace Vinci

    Casa C-51 in Spain by Ábaton Arquitectura. Another frightening stairway, it's so steep with no railing!!!

  • Claudia Parodi

    Escalera flotante / Ábaton Arquitectura

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Alternate idea: make these floating stairs into pocket/slide out stairs that lead to the attic. (All or several at once--not each one slides out--that would not be time efficient.)

CASA C-51 BY ÁBATON ARQUITECTURA. An award winning sustainably built house in Spain with a raw concrete central staircase. The suspended stairs link the entry and living room with the second floor.

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The Roman house of Alberto Bassetti (playwright) characterised by strong colors and a spectacular concrete staircase, which seems suspended in space (source Bravacasa).

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Ajijic / Tatiana Bilbao. like the unusual subtle warmth in a concrete house.

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