As inspiration for the effective suspended stairs was a new installation by Do Ho Suh – artist and participant in the London Tate Modern Gallery. His project, called “Staircase-III”, is a 12-step staircase suspended from the ceiling. It is not intended for everyday use but is executed in purely sculptural aesthetics. But the cool idea of Do Ho Suh has inspired Diapo for a unique and functional design.
Transparent suspended staircase from Diapo
In the first place was the appropriate choice of materials. The selected material should be lightweight, stable and robust. In order to fulfill the individual customer wishes, and that To reduce weight significantly , Diapo’s design team created a contemporary construction of perforated sheet steel, visible through the perforations from all sides.
Staircase design with membranous railings
The suspended stairs with dimensions of 5 × 4 m was designed with transparent steel sheet railings. The laser-cut sheets make it possible to see the structure as a unit. The elements of stairway were fixed together in advance and then attached to the ceiling. The invisible ceiling mounting with steel girders allows the steel structure to hover weightlessly above the ground. Vibrant cadmium red makes the design a masterpiece.
The reduced look is trendy
The lightweight staircase donates little shade, takes up little space and is a real eye-catcher. in the contemporary design “Head down” is the timeless art of M.C.Escher.
Fancy floating staircase from Diapo
Exceptional design provides joy and fun
Hanging staircase made of sheet steel inspired by art
Interior installation solution in case of lack of space
Transparent stairs and banisters
Perforations help to reduce the overall weight of the stairs
Staircase, hanging from the ceiling